So you know this thingy-ma-bob called, Pinterest?
It’s fascinating. It’s brilliant. It’s officially using up any time I have left. You know, after I’ve checked my email, perused the news online, posted on Twitter, stalked on Facebook…
I’ve found some wonderful recipes that I’ve tried and crafts that I’ve created through this site. I mean, come on, I didn’t think of this stuff on my own:
But even if I’m not a mother or wife (don’t give me the *sad eyes* people…I know it may be shocking…but it’s okay and a choice right now to be neither…) I end up feeling like I’m totally incapable of giving a good gift, or making a dessert or *gasp* making my own homemade bathroom cleaner that smells like nectarine and mint and babies bottoms.
I meeeeeeeeeeeeeean. Really, people?
Let me provide you with a few examples of the offending parties:
- I simply typed in “Baby Shower” into the Pinterest search. This was the first image that showed up. See the Rice Krispie rattles with various boy and girl color bows? See the rain clouds and rain drops? Showers? Get it? Baby…shower? I’m done.
- My dear friend made a similar centerpiece for a recent baby shower I attended. It was awesome! It’s a friggin’ motorcycle! Made out of diapers and bottles and baby clothes! She told me she saw it on Pinterest. *shakes fist in the air* Damn you, Pinterest! She’s a teacher. That stuff is in their genes, right?
- Yes, because my pantry looks EXACTLY like that.
- Because when I think of delicious tasting cup cakes…I think…HYDRANGEAS! Mmmmmm…
And you know what? Some of you will actually go out and do the above projects. And do them extremely well.
Shame on you.
Now follow me on Pinterest so I can be eternally annoyed at your creative genius:
What’s the most ridiculous thing you’ve seen on Pinterest?