Wednesday, January 28, 2009

BarBar Eco 8000 Blow Dryer


My hairdryer is on the fritz. Actually, I think it is about to die. I secretly think my husband has been plotting the death of my beloved hairdryer for quite some time. He hates that thing. Or rather, hates that I use it and then leave it sitting on top of the toilet seat everyday. We have what you would call a very small bathroom from the 1950's - decked out with pedestal sink (pretty but completely non-functional), turquoise ceramic tile and no counter space. Kind of leaves a girl who loves makeup and hair products in a bit of a pickle. Which leaves the commode as my main place to put things. When you stop and think, it's sort of gross. I bought this "hairdryer holster" from a home improvements magazine. It's still in the box a year later. I am just not sure where to hang it. Plus, what happens when company comes over and you want to put everything away.....there the holster hangs completely empty. Maybe, this bad boy will solve all my problems. 1000 watts of Eco-friendly, cordless magic. Saving the environment and my marriage :)

6 comments:

Fawn said...

Best line ever: saving the environment & my marriage.
I have an incredibly small bathroom too. Fortunately I can leave my hair dryer, straightener, hair products, make-up bag and bottle of water on my toilet for days ... or until I have to use it. Then I just throw it all in this messy little basket. Damn the pedestal sink!

Fawn said...

Ha! I just noticed the title of your blog. That's funny!

zen said...

I've been picking up that effin blow dryer and putting it the sink while I shave. Might have caused a minor issue.

Milk Maker said...

that is the best invention for people who hate cords like i do! are you getting one?

Kristy said...

Fancy that - I'm in the market for a handy new hairdryer myself. I need one that can pull double duty and shrink wrap gifts, too. Mine doesn't pack a punch and I end up with ghetto-looking gift baskets every time. My pet peeve is the high-pitched sound many industrial strength dryers make. Maybe the BarBar Eco 8000 (love the name) has a low tone that won't wake every dog in the neighborhood. If you take the BarBar Eco 8000 for a test drive and send me a review. I think I'd like the job of naming hair dryers and nail polish colors.

megan k said...

I find it funny you said,'commode.'

I'm a friend of Fawn's.. That's how I found your blog...