Friday, July 16, 2010

It Feels Wrong Abandoning You Like This



Dear humanity,
I am very aware that the back of my garage is not the awesomest background in the universe. I don't fancy it so much, either, and would like to smash it with a vicious cooked squid, but unfortunately the squid currently in my possession is rather unvicious. For the next pictures taken, I shall travel into some epic location with Jean Bob II loyally at my side and bring a machete with in case I encounter any peckish hippos that consume plastic white spheres. Speaking of Jean Bob II, I know many of you wanted to see what Jean Bob I looked like. Unfortunately, Jean Bob I's legs were disassembled and used by my brother, so instead I was forced to resort to creating a diagram explaining what went into the construction of such an advanced and visionary tripod.

I really do hope this diagram clears everything up. If you have any questions, concerns, complaints, hate comments, or bricks to throw at me, please post below in the comment section. Or throw a brick at me there. Or a pigeon. Pigeons are always funny, I like the way they walk and bob their heads all cool like. Okay, I'm done!


Dress (as shirt): Know-Style
Skirt: made by Gramma Nami
Belt: Forever 21
Flats: Aldo


32 comments:

Taylor B. said...

That tripod is pathetic but I know "he" served his purpose. I hope you get as much joy from using the II. :)

arnique said...

This really made me laugh! Bea and I have been saving up for a tripod. This would have been excellent advice even if we already found one for USD 12.

Love the electric blue and wish I could have pulled off that belt. Shiny!

A from A + B in the Sea

LyddieGal said...

Your grandma makes one darn fine pleated skirt! I've attempted creations of the pleated variety before, but those darn folds refuse to retain their creasing.

Your diagram kicks ass. it's far superior to a simple photo, and everything is quite clear.

Chic on the Cheap

erin :) said...

Awesome outfit! You really paired the skirt well with that shirt and belt. They complement each other very well :) I like the innovative/rocker vibe - at least that's what I feel. xD

Mel said...

Haha that tripod is so funny! Cute shoes and belt too!

Jen said...

you have no idea how jealous i am that you have access to unidentified flying objects. they're always getting away from me before i can even snap a picture, let alone use it in the construction of a tripod. :P

you look gorgeous as usual and those shoes are killer! the tips are so shiny you could use them as a quick mirror!

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sallyannie☆ said...

That's a pretty good idea! I used to just find flat surfaces to put my camera on (my bbq was perfect) until I magically found a tripod in my parents' room. It was an exciting day!

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Robyn said...

Haha I love your rigged tripod idea. It is probably just as efficient as my cheap tripod from walmart.

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Lexy @ Quirky Explosion said...

You look awesome. I'm loving the shirt - it reminds me of the FUTURE. Which is pretty awesome. (I feel tempted to add some alien-y noises, but that seems weird. So I won't)

And I enjoyed your letter to humanity, hahah. And your tripod. You should consider selling 'em on ebay - could make quite a pretty penny! ;)

Thanks for all your comments!
QUIRKYEXPLOSION.blogspot.com

Krysten @ After 'I Do' said...

Wow I LOVE that outfit! And those shoes are awesome =-)

Castor Pollux said...

LOL, the tutorial is so funny :) i love your look! and am crushing on your top!

Castor Pollux

*rachelwears said...

i think i'm a bit in love with your belt! LOVE IT

Susi said...

What a great combo. Very unique and fresh!!!

Have a nice day =)

Shop T.O. Live said...

Haha. You are sooo funny. That tripod is definitely ...creative!

I love the blue skirt and belt in this outfit. And that lace skirt from the last post was soooo gorgeous.

ShopTOLive.ca

Anna-Lena said...

wonderful outfit!your skirt is sooo great and i love the belt..:o)..wish you a wonderful eve!
hugs

avalonne lou summers said...

This outfit looks very futuristic! Love that belt and the blue is electrifying! :)

iris loves fashion said...

lovely blog,
cute skirt!
xx

michelle_ said...

i LOOVVEEE your cap toed flatss !!
and your grandma did a great job making that fab blue skirt of yours !!

QuiteQuaint said...

u have some lovely outfits, ive been looking through past posts. especially love the skirt.
thankyou for your lovely comment by the way x

Diana said...

hahaha funny post! you look gorgeous as usual :}

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Ashley said...

hahahaha, you are too funny!

I love the pleated skirt.

xoxo, Ashley

Tieka, Selective Potential said...

Hahah, that is a genius idea for a tripod! Haha! I love it! And you look amazing - I especially love those shoes!

The Backseat Stylers said...

Cute post! And LOVING that blue skirt.

Adrianna Traxler said...

Love the skirt

Jenni said...

i loooove those shoes! And this outfits it wonderful!

joy and amore said...

totally amazing shoes and skirt dear :)
your grandma did so great.thanks for the comment ,i love your style.nice.and want to exchange link/follow.let me know sweet girl

Emily said...

Really nice shoes! I never seem to find stuff at Aldo that doesn't look cheap, but these are really nice!

April said...

genius tripod, gorgeous belt and shoes, and love the color of your skirt! :D

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