Plus, have you noticed how everything on Pinterest is "so easy"? Like, too easy to be true? It's highly encouraging for a craft dummy like myself. I feel like if I found it on Pinterest, I can definitely do it. Even though I really can't. Pinterest is an excellent self-esteem booster, so long as you don't actually try to do anything you find.
Sometimes, though, I come across pins that make me wonder about the sanity (or at least the blood alcohol level) of the pinner. Example:
Striped ice cubes. STRIPED THINGS THAT TAKE DAYS TO MAKE AND MINUTES TO MELT. Because that just makes loads of sense.
The caption says, "Nothing says party time like striped ice cubes!" Replace "party time" with "I'm so out of touch with reality it's not even funny" and truer words have never been typed into a caption.
Also, they might want to add "time sensitive" to the description.
First of all, it's not a joke. I checked.
Second: It's made of yarn. YARN. I mean, yarn looks identical to human hair. No one will be the wiser. Right?
Third: as a yarn product, I can only imagine it's both incredibly warm and heavy. You should probably only put it on your kid if they have an incredibly beefy neck and you live in a sub-zero climate.
I know! Make your kids' lunches extra-special! Use your spare time oh-so-efficiently!
I know, right? The owl and tree motif is just too easy. Step it up, SuperMom! You're not winning any awards with that one.
|Voila! A masterpiece! Muah!|
Hope you're saving up for therapy ...
Beware: the following pin may induce gagging:
Don't say I didn't warn you!
I guess this is one way to quit that nasty nail-biting habit you've had for years. Unless you enjoy eating kiwi skins. Mmm.
The funniest part of this pin is the woman who originally blogged it ("The PolishAholic") intended it as a joke. Thanks, Pinterest, for making it an unfortunate reality.
What are the craziest pins you've seen?