The Finch Formerly Known As Gold

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.

Posted by: Sean Gleeson at 11:12 AM on 27 October 2006

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.)

Posted by: CGHill at 11:27 AM on 27 October 2006

I've never heard of a shower curtain that came with a valance.

Posted by: McGehee at 12:25 PM on 27 October 2006

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.

Posted by: Dan B at 12:59 AM on 28 October 2006

You can sing along in the shower.

Posted by: Sean Gleeson at 10:24 AM on 28 October 2006

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.

Posted by: wamprat at 10:54 AM on 28 October 2006