tattoogoddess wrote:It's $20. Some of you spend more then that on glow sticks for the week.
BBadger wrote:tattoogoddess wrote:It's $20. Some of you spend more then that on glow sticks for the week.
Damn right! The best part about those $20 of glowsticks is that I could give them away, and they had immediate value and use. It's like spending money on food: you get direct and immediate use of what you paid for. That thing though? It's the kind of thing that you leave in a drawer because because of its "gee whiz" utility. It's not about cost, it's about value.
tattoogoddess wrote:ok beotchy Danielle is going to come out and I usally play very nice.
"immediate value and use" Who is to say I don't think this is a immediate value and that I will get a shit ton of use from it? I work in a salon. We get one fucking station. It's country. Enough said. Now if I had one of these and brought it into my chair I could stick it to anything and get music. Hell I could prob slap it right onto the hood dryer so my clients have music under there for a half hour.
I am a VERY techy kinda gal. I love toys. So this would not be just sitting in a drawer.
PS why not give the gift of kick ass music on the playa!? not every one wants to hear dub step,techno, house ect all the time. What if i want to break out a bit of Ella or BB king? Little tiny speakers just aint going to cut it!
oneeyeddick wrote:I did get the Boomerang shorly afterwards as a gift.... the funny thing about boomerangs Is that as soon as you figger them out, you end up at the hospital with broken fingers.
bubbavic wrote:2) attaching it to random in-use porta potties to "enhance" the user's experiences
trilobyte wrote:Moving this over to Q&A...
oneeyeddick wrote:make a cardbord geometric helmet and egg it out on the exterior with foam.
Kinda like an eggchair but for your head instead.
oneeyeddick wrote:I am not much for making plans, on the fly is how I roll.
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