So, I’m a big fan of the Garage Sale.
It’s a family thing.
And the only sport at which I excel.
Anyhow, I often buy things in bulk (by the bag or box), giving more attention to the money I’m saving than the actual product I’m taking home.
This sometimes makes for surprises down the road when I finally get around to perusing my finds.
This book, for example, looked like a fun read.
Made completely of foam, it allows children learn the names of different articles of clothing in a jigsaw-puzzle type of way.
Sounds good, right?
Somehow, though, things got a little sketchy.
Does no one else see a problem with putting this in a kids’ book?
Reminds me of the x-rated flannelette.
I can just see a bunch of men sitting around a table pitching ideas.
“Hmm. You know what we need? A book on the Joys of Flashing.”
“But Bob. Flashing is so two decades ago. It’ll never fly.”
“Good point, Bill. How can we make unwanted sexual advances more fun and kid friendly?”
“I know! We can make it out of FOAM!”