Tuesday, February 21, 2012

He Said, She Said does Pinterest

Ben is forever catching me "pinning," and honestly, he just doesn't get it.  So, I tried to illustrate to him the lure and addiction that is Pinterest.  I think it's safe to say I didn't succeed in convincing him that all my "looking at a bunch of pictures" is a purposeful use of one's spare time, but as always, he offered some interesting commentary....

Me:  Can you believe this is a child's room?  I think it probably cost about a bajillion to do it.
Ben:  Yeah, I'd love for it to be MY room.  But I'd shit-can the Ghost chair.

Me:  I died when I saw this couch.  It's on Craigslist, so it's cheap.
Ben:  Oh, if it's on Craigslist, you simply must have it.  It goes great with the grass.
Me:  You're such a buzz kill.

Me:  What about a pink, English roll-arm?
Ben:  You want a bubble gum couch?  It just doesn't look comfortable to sit in.  I think if you sat all the way back, your feet would stick straight out.

Me: This bedroom inspires me for Rio, because we'll probably have a small room.  I lurv the walls.
Ben:  Get rid of the lavender/purple pillows, and the chicken-wire windows.  Feels too English-y to me.
Me:  What?  It's totally Boho.  The windows almost Moroccan.

Me:  I just pulled this up.  It feels like a chic hash-hish den.
Ben:  Yeah, I like it.  Like the furniture.  Like the floors. The rugs, too. My parents had some friends who were very chic, artsy partakers of the "fine herb."  This room totally reminds me of them. Is that a late-night Taco Bell bag peeking out from under the couch?
Me:  No.  If they're chic, their munchies are much more refined.

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13 comments:

Carla Aston said...

Funny! I like that last one too and ditto the bubblegum sofa.

Kris and Jen said...

Ha Ha...My husband sometimes throws out some funny jargin like""Woah, I haven't seen you wear those baubles for a while..."

Special 'K' said...

they just dont get it! I love the little piggy in the first image he is so adoreable.

Jessie said...

The first room is absolutely beautiful! I always love this series from you!

Jessie
www.mixandchic.com

Erica said...

Awesome! This dialogue had me laughing. You only need to ask the people here... we'll all validate the importance of pinterest! :)

Kristy said...

Omgsh! This cracked me up!! If you still lived in Tx (which is where we live ;) we'd be fast friends... I just know it! You guys are a riot!!

And for the record... I am TOTALLY addicted to Pinterest! Gahhh!!

MFAMB said...

love.
it goes so well with the grass.
that couch is in arizona which is close to texas so you could pick it up and carry it over to brazil on your backs on your next trip through TX.

Linda@ Lime in the Coconut said...

Buzzkill. Funny commentary!

erika said...

hilarious!!!!

Stephanie Sabbe said...

I love this and the fact that your husband knows the name of the ghost chair. 100% my husband would call it plastic.

LindsB said...

hahaha, totally needed this this morning!! Your husband is too funny, the last comment of his is my favorite!

My Notting Hill said...

Always love your he said, she said!

Diane James Home said...

I'm with Ben - my twin, co-CEO, and partner in crime Carolyn just showed my Pinterest and I'm like - so this is what you are doing while I'm running our business! And she's like - I NEED to do this for my blog!! I guess everything is good in moderation... Thanks for the smile, Cynthia