Um…you know what that’s used for, right?

I wasn’t really sure what sort of tags to append to this post or what sort of words to put in it. Just look at this and tell me if anything even relatively sane comes to mind…

Talk about taking things too far!

I don’t know about you, but my main TP concern is that IT’S THERE WHEN I NEED IT. If it’s on the roll as it should be, I don’t much care if it’s white, off white, printed with a damask pattern, pink, purple, blue, yellow, or monogrammed. At over four bucks a rolls, this has got to be one of the weirdest themey items I’ve ever come across.

Now, being that we’re already on the subject of TP–and how did that even happen? should I blame the malfunctioning stove leaking gas into my environs?–I remembered today that I never posted a pic of the 2007 Cheap Chic Weddings toilet paper gown contest winner. Oops…hope they’ll forgive me if I link to them now. Here she is, Hanah Kim, TP seamstress extraordinaire:

Just be careful you don’t move too quickly

I am consistantly amazed at the gowns these gals create because I wouldn’t even know where to begin! I’ve got The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Weddings on my reading list, but I believe that the book suggests crafting makeshift gowns from tablecloths, not TP.

3 Responses to “Um…you know what that’s used for, right?”

  1. de says:

    Hannah Kim is the one who came in 2nd place last year! Her stuff is amazing – here’s a link to last year’s creation (and the dress I think was robbed of the main prize:)

    http://www.cheap-chic-weddings.com/wedding-contest-2006.html

    The de believes Miss Kim could make a pretty penny designing dresses, yes?

  2. Never teh Bride says:

    I remember that gown, de, and have to agree with you. If she can do that with TP, imagine what she could do with actual fabric!

  3. Twistie says:

    Hannah Kim’s work is amazing.

    That toilet paper, though…in the words of the Manolo AYYYY!

    I can’t even imagine being willing to use that at someone’s wedding, and I can’t imagine any other use it could be intended for.