September 21, 2006

Tabling the notions.

On Sep 19, 2006, at 10:15 PM, Sean wrote:

Do you REALLY want someone to buy you a sterling silver
harmonica, or is the Tiffany's registry just one big prank?

--- Kat Kinsman wrote:

I'm banking on no one actually buying us anything from Tiffany, so I just went straight for comedy.

I'd like to think I'm pioneering the art of registry humor.
And yes - they do have a liberal return policy just in case.
Personally, I thought the meat forks and party horn were strokes of genius.

On Wed Sep 20 13:28:18 PDT 2006, Sean wrote:

I truly, truly do not believe you would return the party horn if one were bought.

You will be getting a WS box from me, but I doubt it's gone out yet.

--- Kat Kinsman wrote:

Dripless Bulb Baster
11-Ball Tip Whisk
Flavor Injector
Porcelain Grease Keeper
Reversible Meat Pounder

Is registry humor my medium or what?

On Sep 20, 2006, at 8:06 PM, Sean wrote:

You're the Dorothy Parker of mail-order.

--- Kat Kinsman wrote:

I wish I could drink like a lady
I can take one or two at the most
Three and I'm under the White Hemstitched Linen Tablecloth
Four and I'm under the Beau Manoir 4-piece Hostess Set

On Thu Sep 21 00:10:32 PDT 2006, Sean wrote:

Just for that, your wedding present will be an Army-grade Alexander Wool Cot.

--- Kat Kinsman wrote:

Not the Crate & Barrel Big Sur Benchley?

On Thu Sep 21 09:30:46 PDT 2006, Sean wrote:

And a matching Robert Sher Wood Table.

--- Kat Kinsman wrote:

And adorned with Monogrammed Hemstitched Franklinen Pierce Adams
Place Mats.

On Thu Sep 21 10:18:34 PDT 2006, Sean wrote:

And for all your slicing needs, a George S. Kaufmandolin.


Posted by Kat at September 21, 2006 01:10 PM