1. In October I came across a television show called, “The People’s Couch” on the Bravo channel. For thirty minutes I watched people, watching T.V., and having exaggerated reactions to reality and scripted shows.
It was inane. This show was based on a U.K. program called, “Gogglebox,” which I hope was in some way more entertaining than this. I felt like I time travelled to a future where humans have become completely brain dead, and Kim Kardashian was president. How else could such a thing be available on my television. Thankfully, for my sanity it was cancelled after only three episodes. Sadly, I found an article titled, “People’s Couch Cancelled too Soon.” Bullshit. It should have never existed in the first place. And for future reference if you want a realistic view of people in their home watching T.V., the average American doesn’t watch it like this…
2. Now let’s completely change the subject.
The only truth I know about life: One day your mom is telling you not to forget to wear a jacket, and before you know it, she’s shelf decoration in a box that looks like a 5th grade paper mache project.
(Picture: Not actually my mother, but similar.) This is what you get when you haven’t picked something out around here, so it got me searching for new options. And my God, there are some interesting options…
The chocolate box urn for a fair price of $1,200. I wouldn’t mind this as my final resting place.
For the diva in your family, which is actually titled, “The Diva Urn” Or for someone who just loved purses. Also, if you desire to conveniently carry them around. $995
Now, for the one that was sold out on the website decorativeurns.com, which I might get for my husband as a birthday present one day before I die… Because who wouldn’t want the Doctor Who police box urn as a birthday gift. $950