Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Is there really a problem

with people trying to get out of Wal-Mart with a curling iron stuffed down their pants? That's the only reason I can think of that it took me 10 freakin' minutes to get my new curling iron out of its package! People must be stealing them via their pants! So if you see someone walking a bit funny and they have an electrical cord following them...you now know what it is! I could have severed a limb getting into this thing! Then I would have died with yucky hair! UGH!

Jason broke his toe this morning. Who knew you had to open the door BEFORE you go through it? It looks really gross and of course I took pics but don't worry I won't post them here. You may, however, have been lucky enough to receive it in your email! :)

6 comments:

Norma Kennedy said...

Brandi , I just had to chuckle when I saw your pic cause I just got a new curling iron a couple of days ago as well - I understand ! What I really hate is what they do to all the kids toys- Its a killer trying to get them to be patient enough while you open the package with out breaking the toy.

Norma

Dena said...

Seriously!!! How hard does it have to be to get into A. curling irons
B. camera batteries or CF cards
C. any childs toy made

I totally agree :P

Ronda said...

Thanks Brandi! Its tough, but I know it will get better.
I hope you dont need a new curling iron for a while! haha

AmyG said...

I KNOW! Wait til Drew starts playing with Barbies...you need a chainsaw to get one of those out of the package!!!
Tell your Hubby I'm sorry about his toe...I know the pain, I sucked my toes up in the vaccum cleaner when I was in HS and broke 2 of them...OUCH! Not fun!

janet said...

It is so true. I can not stand opening those packages. You really can get an injury. I always say that the people that package these things are some where in a factory laughing b/c they know we will struggle with it!!! They are evil!!!
Hope your hubby is doing ok!

fairhill25 said...

Ain't that the truth. I hate those plastic containers. How about the plastic tie things that were always on the backs of the kids toys!! Those were really hard.
Kathy