Wednesday, June 25, 2008

some assembly required...


At last! You can own a genuine BJÄRBJARKE! Made of solid birch (but not from intact natural forests), this lovely table is sure to enhance the décor of any room. Wipe clean using a damp cloth and a mild cleaner. Only $99.99.

OK, I made that up. There is no such table. But you, too, can generate IKEA-ish products which incorporate your name at this site.

10 comments:

dust bunny said...

I tried it......all I got was Mary. No Js, no funny dots above letters...no nuthin'. Just Mary.
Big fat freakin' BJWHUP (even the rackin' frackin' word verification....phjxw...had a j!!!
Think I'll just go to bed.

Barbara B. said...

dust bunny, in your case if you use your 'real' first and middle name together (no space) you actually do get something cool. (I tried it)

You have cute new kitties. I want one. Preferably the sneezy one.

Processing Counselor said...

I got something cool, but too Ikea. But found lots of other cool stuff on the "mother ship" site. Thanks, you don't look like a table-you should have photoshopped your face on it!

dust bunny said...

ok...both names made it more interesting. Try saying it outloud...in any language, my name is a (mush)mouthful

Here, sneezy kitty, kitty, kitty.....come on...don't hide....come to mamma.... kitty? ........kitty?
(uh....barb?.....what's in your pocket?)

Hot Cup Lutheran said...

so i did it and entered "hotcup"... and it's a bed... guess i better put my makeup on if i'm gonna be staring on abc's summer smut show "swingtown"... eek!

Presbyterian Gal said...

I am a table, just like you! We should do this just before commercial break on The View! We can see what the other gals would be.

Ruth Hull Chatlien said...

I thought I commented here--but it was B.C. (before coffee). In other words, I was groggy.

I did it and came out as a table named Ryt.

Since I was actually named for a great-aunt and two great-grandmothers from Sweden, I think I'll just keep my own name. (Ruth Christine, although I hardly ever use Christine anymore since my maiden name bumped into that slot.)

It was still fun to do.

Jan said...

You find the funnest things to do! You are creative in so many ways. Thank you. Also, thanks for your kind words on my blog.

Jan said...

I had to go try it--Janvik!

Diane said...

how'd I miss this? I'll have to try.... like I need any furniture.