27 October 2006
A bath accessory you can bond with
It's a shower curtain displaying the Periodic Table of the Elements, and not only will it enlighten you while you lather, rinse and repeat assuming you can read backwards or had the temerity to mount it in reverse it will keep water from splashing onto the fluorine.
(Sorry about that. I do tend to boron and on. And my apologies if you prefer to wash your hair in the zinc.)
(Xenon Popgadget, which is not responsible for this content; they just lead me to the source.)
Posted at 7:21 AM to Entirely Too Cool
How long must we sulfur these puns? It's more than I can barium.
I apologize. The nanobots staged a radon the brain area that maintains a sense of propriety. (Which, you have to admit, is a beryllium scheme.)
I've never heard of a shower curtain that came with a valance.
It seems that your wits argon, where once they were fluorine with radium. Just a nickel for your thoughts: iron out the puns before platinum up for all to read.
I actually ordered one of those for Nick (for Christmas) *before* you posted about it. He has a t-shirt like that, which he adores. BTW, he got his first B, he had an 89.5, class average was a 72, so I think he should be thrilled. However, I'm sure you can imagine who he's reacting to it.