While at the gym yesterday, I saw a commercial for Bumpits.
However, some bullshit caught my attention and made me forget all about Bumpits and the blog post I was going to write about them. My car had to be towed from the lower-level parking ramp of the gym because it wouldn't start. Wheeeeeeee! I'd gone about five months with this car before I needed to drop $600 in it. AWESOME. Truth be told, I've only put in half of it at this point. I'm waiting until the weekend to do the rest of the repairs at the dealership. I just hope I can make it that long.
Last night, however, while The Boy I Currently Like and I were watching SNL, someone's hair reminded me of some of the less-ridiculous styles in the commercial, and I remembered I wanted to blog about the awesomeness of Bumpits. Something else I saw on TV at the gym was supposed to be in the post as well, but I can't remember what it was, other than it also started with a "B."
Look, I don't really understand the horror and trauma of totally flat, pin-straight hair. Then again, I really don't understand why you'd want to create some of the hairstyles featured in that commercial -- unless you live in Texas or maybe New Jersey. The commercial on the website is better than the one I posted above. I urge you to watch it just so you can see the woman who used a mini Bumpit to create some sort of bastardized mall bangs. They are fan-fucking-tastic. Those things cannot be comfortable, can they? And wearing more than one? Who would do that?
Finally, The Bob Saget Fan Club is mourning the death of our former quarterback, Steve McNair. Remember boys and girls, stay away from crazy, no matter how hot he or she is.