I present to you, the giraffe bathroom — girafferoom? girbathroom? — and it's actually pretty awesome. In fact, that giraffe shower curtain is just the tip of the amazing giraffe shower curtain iceberg. Like the giraffe itself, this post has so much more going on the more you scroll from top to bottom…
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I know that the Empire is full of total shoe freaks, led by non other than our resident shoe queen, Ariel. If shoes are your penchant, your passion, are what you're comfortable spending some mondo dollars on, then you're going to want to hear about our newest sponsor, Sparkle Creations by Tyyon.
Last week we talked about fashion for kids. Now, let's talk about fashion for big kids! (That's us.) Our sponsor Camden Town is an online store, devoted to promoting original, talented, emerging designers in all fields from fashion to home decor. We love their philosophy of promoting independent designers and original talent.
Kalorik (one of Europe's first manufacturers of small electric appliances) began producing electric toasters in Belgium in the 1930s. Today, they're apparently producing appliances from the mother fucking future! I just stumbled upon these awesome-looking home goods on Amazon, and was all "zomg what are these kitchen space pods!?"
Baby Blastoff's styles and colors are carefully chosen by Emily to work for any gender, while still being super-fun and hip. Emily's mission is to create an alternative to the "pink is for girls, blue is for boys" paradigm in children's clothing. As a life-long tomboy who was forced into girly pink-y princess clothing growing up, I raise my glass of whiskey to you, Emily. Fight the good fight!
I'm currently looking to replace my worn-out-but-still-awesome-but-also-kinda-stinky living room rug, and while searching for an area rug replacement, I've stumbled upon some of the coolest rugs I've ever seen. I've found goth rugs, rugs made from rags, rugs for nerds, punk rock rugs, a rug with a time travel theme, and even something called a Pop Art Jazz Rug.