Monday, November 12, 2007

Legal Advise

I recently bought a Sunbeam electric blanket. I've waited about a week before writing about it to avoid any hasty judgments. But now I'm reasonably sure that this is the best thing that's ever happened to me and I finally found me soul mate.



Before I met you, Sunbeam electric blanky, I was sad and lonely. I had nothing to live for but the sweet, sweet hope that someday someone like you might come along...



Now that I have you in my life, the world will never be the same...



Ah, blanket, how you say?... I love you.

(Results may vary. )

12 comments:

B. said...

I wouldn't mind sharing an electric blanket with those two ladies.

IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN!!!

terrence rex said...

i wouldn't mind sharing an electric blanket with myself in my freezing hovel. how much does one spend n that?

Rip Colbert said...

I got a mid range one for a queen. I think it was $90, but I don't really know because I bought it with Amazon.com rewards. I think on a deal you can get a quality twin blanket for $40.

Rip Colbert said...

Hey B, I'm sorry, what do you mean?

B. said...

I mean I'd like to "snuggle" with them under a "warm" "blanket."


If you know what I mean.

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terrence rex said...

that's much money. i will stick with wool socks and cap.

Rip Colbert said...

B, are you beating around the bush of a dutch oven? Or covered wagon?

You dog...

Rip Colbert said...

P.S. There is a chance that electric blankets cause cancer. But probably less of a chance than the chain smoking Russian hussies.

judy said...

dear t-rex,

Do as the Philippinos do and make a rice bag.(they don't really do this, but my sister does) Take two pieces of longish fabric, pour rice(bigas, not canin) inside. Sew up real nice and tight-like. Place in microwave for 2-3 minutes. Take it to bed with you and it will give you much pleasure. You can also wrap it around your neck. (that's what she said) (not really)

judy said...

woops - the sewing comes first, then the pouring of the rice inside the pocket and then more sewing, but you're prob. smart enough to figure that out.

Rip Colbert said...

The rice bag is a nice thing to do... If you want to come within an inch of death in a toxic microwave accident.