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Strangely I'm a HUGE FAN of perpetually changing my shower curtain out in the bathroom.

I scour the internet looking for holiday-themed curtains and then do this mad redo of the entire theme of my bathroom.

My friend Michelle sent me a photo of this shower curtain because of it's obvious nod to Facebook and I have to say this one is pretty clever, but it wouldn't go with anything else in my bathroom.

Sadly I'll have to leave this one alone and let the college kids buy it for their dorms.  It definitely seems suitable decor for them along with their shower curtains depicting the periodic table or the New York City skyline.

But I still love it.  Especially the dude wearing the pink shower cap.

Susan Brennan (pictured below) is the 2012 grand prize winner of the Cheap Chic Wedding Dress made entirely from Charmin Toilet Paper.

In order to compete, every submission had to meet the following criteria:

  1. You had to use Charmin brand toilet paper. (sorry, Cottonelle)
  2. Tape, glue and/or a needle & thread were allowed. (sorry, Swingline stapler)
  3. An actual person had to be able to wear it. (No dogs allowed, apparently)
  4. That person had to be able to take the dress on and off. 
You can read all the official rules here.

As I was researching this captivating story, I came across some really good snarky comments about her victory on Fark.com.  

Here's a sampling of my favorites:
  • "I'm sure she's flush with excitement." courtesy of Abe Vigoda's Ghost. "Guess she wiped the competition."
  • "She sounds clingy." says Janzee.
  • "Great Scott." says Runcible Spork.
  • " Good for her. I don't suppose toilet tissue dress designers get many opportunities two ply their trade."  courtesy of I Can't Believe It's Not Boutros
  • " The bonus is that when your marriage fails you can flush the evidence without farking up your septic system." says user Vodka

I imagine all my fellow Pinterest users are freaking out right now and pinning this photo to their future wedding idea boards right now, huh?


I read about these unique French Horn Urinals recently via Neatorama

These urinals are located in the bathroom of Romania's Jazzissimo Lounge and had to post a photo just so you could see what happens to your old musical instruments when you lose interest in playing them.

I've seen so many clever urinals in men's bathrooms.  What is it about taking a pee that inspires such creativity?  Men complain that women spend too much time going to the bathroom, but seeing a French Horn urinal makes me wonder if women could learn a thing or two from the men?  Forget the makeup reapplications and mirror hair primping..isn't there something we could make out of a drum set or something?