Some words you are never prepared to hear your mother say...like, DILDO. Wish I was kidding. But I'm not. Because that's the answer I got when she proposed a new line of crocheted fun for the P'Cozy empire she apparently wants to build.
ME: "Mom, what's a D'Cozy?"
MOM: "It's for all the single girls, honey...you know...covers for their dildos."
(**because apparently they have multi-dildo collections?!**).
Turns out the idea here is that single girls still have choices...like what kind of a man she wants BOB to be tonight (BOB = Battery Operated Boyfriend).
Is she feeling primal?! Perhaps CAVE-Man is her pick. Feeling a bit more upscale...like she wants to be wined & dined?! Well...then BUSINESS-Man is clearly the right choice. Needing a rescue or just to leap tall buildings in a single bound? Grab SUPER-Man!!
Of course I had to ask Logan what he thought.
Um...I AM a man? I questioned myself and the open box in front of me.
Is this like role playing? Can I be a caveman, a business man or Superman?
Not for me.
It's for all you single ladies out there.
Covers for your plastic/rubber/latex/whatever junk!
Which is fine by me...because they all seemed to run a little........small.
PS--I find the business man extremely creepy. He reminds me of that guy from American Psycho. I didn't know yarn could be that scary...
The Who's Who of Happyville
We're more like a cast of characters than actual grown-ups. We laugh a lot & have ridiculous conversations about crocheted covers for your naughty bits. Did I mention "we" is myself, my fiancé & my MOM?! For real. You can't make this stuff up. But we can share what our weird little minds do when we're not being productive members of society (although if you ask me...this project has been QUITE productive!).
First time bride at 41. I had 2 cats & my mom was one of my besties before I had a man. It was 4 decades...that doesn't just stop on a dime, ya know.
Artist at heart. Moved from NYC to Vegas for love. Found the woman of my dreams... and her crazy mom.
I got this...
Grandmother, retired social worker, & crochet enthusiast. Formerly known for her grandson's cute hats, she decided to change things up to get people talking about taboo subjects in a healthy way. You can take the girl out of Social Work...