Friday, December 9, 2011

Christmas Polar Bear



Christmas Polar Bear’s Wish: For all the world’s hairdryers to spontaneously combust, so that I and my adorable polar bear cubs don’t go the way of the wooly mammoth.  Also, some fish wouldn’t hurt. I like fish.
 
[This wish is inspired by my hippie Boyfriend, who tells me that a polar bear cries every time someone uses a hairdryer. I think they also cry when Useless McGee is wasteful.]

Have a great weekend everyone! See you on Twitter!

17 comments:

  1. Pretty sure it's not hairdryers (not that they're helping) but the collective mass of cars, semi-trucks, factories, refineries...sorry, I'm going off the grid now. Well...maybe I'll bring my laptop, but I'll only use the solar-battery-charging-helmet. Oh, and air conditioning. Sorry polar bear, you're screwed.

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  2. Yes.... hairdryers are evil.... Thus, I am saving the world by being bald!

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  3. I LOVE Polar Bears... and I really hope that they are able to stick around.

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  4. Then toss that hair dryer chemgirl! Women are killing polar bears every morning. And Friday/Saturday nights for sure. Every time you fire that thing up you can hear a polar bear plop into the water and drown. Their little ears go up like they are trying to hear that distant sound of your hot air machine and they have a very sad, quizzical look on their face as they slip to the bottom or the Arctic Sea. Maybe we should just club them when they are babies and be done with it.

    Gia (Cartman), I'm not a hippie! And like JOutlaw you are bald too, so you don't kill anything but my ..... and my eyeball.

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  5. I only half dry my hair. Therefore I just give polar bears bald spots or maim them.

    I also drive so little that I only fill up my car about once every six weeks. And I don't use disposable grocery bags. I may be a bigger hippie than boyfriend. Oh my!

    --Melanie

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  6. ohhhh... I don't blow dry my curly hair at ALL. It's really because I'd rather sleep an extra 20 minutes before my mind-numbing job. BUT NOW I can condescendingly say "I don't blow dry my hair because hair dryers systematically kill polar bears. So I'm selfless, really".

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  7. I don't use the hairdryer. (Crossing fingers and hoping that the polar bears survive because of this)

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  8. i NEED to dry my hair quick every time i wash it so yes, unfortunately i am dependent on hairdryers :p

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  9. It's a good thing I'm too lazy to use a hair dryer!!!

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  10. That's fine by me. I don't even use the things.

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  11. I linked to your blog from Oh Noa. You had me at polar bears!!

    If I had a hair dryer, I would destroy it immediately.

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  12. I must be their nemesis then. I dry my entire self with a hair dryer when I get out the bath. The house is cold, I need to dry quickly - those polar bears would understand.

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  13. How does a polar bear know when I use my hairdryer?
    I know people set up nannycam in teddybears but never knew polar bears setup nannycams in everyone's house to track hairdryers.

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  14. What about when I use my straightening iron? Do they cry when I use that? 'Cause I can't go around with frizzy hair, other people would cry.

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  15. Now that I know what hair dryers are doing to the polar bears, I'm glad I don't have one. I have this great theory that with just a little bit of work, we can train polar bears to eat politicians. After all, most of them look like seals and are considerably less bright. They wouldn't be missed...

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  16. I didn't mean to make the polar bears cry! But meandmythinkingcap has a point...how do they know when we are using a hairdryer? If they're spying on me, I don't feel as bad about making them cry.

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  17. I love that I can use this to feel superior over others, as like LaurenRitta I also have curly hair and do not use a hair dryer. Merry Christmas, polar bears!

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