14 April 2010

Wardrobe Wednesday: New Popsicornian


Top to bottom:

  • New pink fire hat from the pancake breakfast at the fire house. This is the first time they've had pink hats, alongside the standard issue red ones. Honestly, does anyone actually need a pink plastic hat? Oy.
  • New onion goggles, so we don't cry when we're cutting up onions, thanks to Nintendo, who sent them along with an apron and a cutting board and a stockpot and an interactive DS version of America's Test Kitchen, with which we have not yet interacted.
  • New lavender bike shorts from eBay, because wearing shorts under a skirt means no one can taunt "I see your underpants". Of course, wearing them on your head means that your underpants might still show.
  • New hippie shirt from Target, because a girl can't have too many heart-shaped peace signs.

Oh, and when asked? She told me she was a Popsicornian.

20 comments:

Kelly said...

Tee Hee!

alejna said...

She is so avant garde.

Cold Spaghetti said...

Throw on some beads, girl, and it's ready to roll!

FreshHell said...

Well, duh. Of course she was. I knew that.

Harriet said...

I love it!

Jennifer (ponderosa) said...

My daughter has the exact same hippie shirt from Target.

Did she define Popsicornian?

Jeanne said...

so pink!!

painted maypole said...

"like"

;)

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

I like a girl with her own personal style!

Mental P Mama said...

Awesome.

ree said...

Hey! I want a pink fire hat.

Rima said...

That picture is stone cold awesome.

mayberry said...

Well, a Popsicornian requires a color-coordinated hat, MOM.

jenn said...

oh, complete awesomeness!

Julia said...

Would she like to borrow Little Guy's pink chenille socks? They work well as elbow-length gloves.

The Library Lady said...

How can you possibly have NOT know she was a Popsicornian?
:D

Kyla said...

Haha! I can't wait for her teenage wardrobe.

slouchy said...

AWESOME.

heidi said...

A Popsicornian is a rare person with fairy-like tendencies bordering somewhere on the cusp between Pepsi and popcorn. You can spot them easily, by their steady gaze and obvious intelligence. The goggles shield the sensitive eyes from the bubbles that burst, and the schmatah protects the delicate ears from loud, repetitive, popping sounds. Popsicornians wear a heart-shaped peace icon to show all who come in contact with them, that they shop at Target. Or Children's Place.

Peculiar Whimsy said...

Love it! Take me to her leader.