Instagram Roundup #41

by Jamie Sanford on May 22, 2013

Here are all of the other Instagram Roundups!

We attended Lyme Aid for Kelly Kreth, and of course, our hand stamp was WTF?

Lyme Aid was held at XVI Rooftop Lounge. This is the unfiltered sunset view.

Here we are on the way out.

I forgot to mention that I won this INSANE beauty bag in the raffle! (Well officially, it was the ticket in Will’s hand, but he wasn’t about to go claim this prize.) Look at the crazy contents!

Went to a party last Friday, and this punching man creeped me out. This lighting in particular didn’t help.

Before I started using this Dolce & Gabbana Illuminator (in Eva 3), I took a photo while the beautiful packaging was pristine. Quick review – this is the most gorgeous powder ever. I’m basically using it as a setting powder, and it’s magic. Not really a highlighting powder but it’s really lovely.

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Bono Finger Puppet (WTF)

by Jamie Sanford on September 14, 2010

I found this WTF item a while ago, and it’s so funny I can’t stand it.

The Bono finger puppet.

Yes, it is more like a cross between an outfit Bono might wear and Big Gay Al from South Park.  However, still amazing – and sort of cute and endearing?

The Bono finger puppet is available from Etsy seller Mullishmuse for $12.

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Deer Antler Wine Rack

by Jamie Sanford on September 8, 2010

…and sometimes you can take the love of antlers just a bit too far.

I mean, I guess if you are really into antler decor, that this would be totally cool.  I should probably shut my mouth as I’m sure that many people wouldn’t consider using deer as decor at all, and I have my “homage to Dad” giant deer head decals over my television.

Anyway, if you’re interested in storing your wine in a set of fake deer horns, this rack is available on Amazon for $58.50.

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WTF Gifts: Bacon Bandages

by Jamie Sanford on April 13, 2010

Seriously? Eww.  (I know there are tons of people who will love this though!)

I’m all for cute bandages that aren’t the standard, but I am NOT interested in looking at something that looks like bacon wrapped around my paper cut.  (I am linking each photo to the product pages.)

So yeah, those are pieces of bacon, except actually bandages for your everyday injuries.

As if that isn’t creepy enough, they have more.

You can pick up these bandages for $9 each, at Fred Flare.

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