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Friday, February 19, 2010

White people problems - barren religious crazy lady edition

This. Is. Not. Right.

Congrats, Apartment Therapy, you've left me speechless.

The contents of the baby buggy.

21 comments:

Leigh Chandler said...

Thanks Raina! I can always count on you to start my day off with a healthy belly laugh!

david john said...

now that's just wrong!

Karena said...

Oh dear, no, not a good thing!

my favorite and my best said...

its just weird.

only a movie said...

wow. completely insane wackadoodle.

Sandy K (Aus) said...

That is just incomprehensible. Shakes head in disbelief.

Anita Davis said...

deserving of capital letters:
WTF?!

Kate said...

gross. all of it. I especially love the way AT's write up is so "isn't this just the neatest, most original way to use a charming pram?" What I see is a couple of loads of wheel barrel dirt that someone can't put in their yard waste can, so they hauled it into the house, dumped it in an old (albeit charming) pram, stuck in some crap laying around the house and "bam!" isn't it all so clever.
Freaks.
kate
www.painteveryday.blogspot.com

p.s., I would love it if myfavorite and my best spent about 3 paragraphs on this one. Just sayin.

drollgirl said...

haha! they might as well put cactus in the toilet!

Robin said...

I'm thinking that this apartment dweller grew up in a home where there was a tipped over commode in the front yard with petunias "spilling" out of it.....

WV = "consucks". True story.

sherri said...

I'm thinking "white people problems" needs a book deal. white peeps probs, the coffee table book version, I'd love to own. and proudly display.

Teri said...

Damn it! I spit my tea all over my lap top. Now I have to clean it.

Seriously, who thinks of these things and who thinks to give them 15 minutes?

susieq said...

Heinous. Couldn't this frustrated horticul-artist just stuck with crocheted rocks?

kim at allconsuming said...

I've been trying to think of something witty to say but then I saw the baby Jesus in the seed pod and thought, really, they've just said it all. A vintage pram, religious iconography, cactii. What a metaphor.

nkp said...

This is me, speechless, right alongside you.

Paul Anater said...

Christ. Only at AT would this be hailed as a great idea and it's all too perfect that they use the affected "pram" instead of the humdrum American "baby carriage." O Tempora O mores!

griffo68 said...

That's a very over the top cat litter tray!!!!

Alicia B. Designs said...

iiiiiiiiii.........i got nothing.

Designers' Brew said...

oh jesus h roosevelt christ.

erin@designcrisis said...

Cacti need love and affection, too.

Raina Cox said...

Kim at allconsuming - Hello and welcome to this deliciousness!