Wednesday, March 2, 2011

That *!@king TV

I tried. I really tried. First I attempted to sell it for $8.00. Then I made it free. Finally, I made it free, I even added money of my own in a desperate attempt to get rid of it. Today I gave up !

Totally frustrated by my inability to give the damn thing away I decided to drag it out of the mall and just plain get rid of it.

Cari Cucksey! Cash and Cari! REPURPOSE, REPURPOSE, REPURPOSE!!!!

How I ever missed this one we will never know. The solution was right in front of me all of the time. I didn't need to make it free, I didn't need to place cash on the front of it, all I ever needed to do was to repurpose it. After all if Cari can take a dirty shelf and by doing silly things to it make it sell, why couldn't I do the same thing with an old TV??

So the process began. First, I had to choose a design. I thought about using a Disney theme, but I couldn't figure out where to put Mickey's nose. Then I thought what about an adult theme, but I couldn't figure out where to put the particulars. So I decided on the tried and true, white paint and buttons. To the Home Depot for paint, back to the antique mall for a bottle of old buttons and to mom's house for the hot glue gun.

No, I haven't switched teams. So, whaddayah think? What would you pay for a
"Dangerfield Original"?



    I seriously just peed myself laughing so g'damn hard at this. I am dying.

  2. Also, can you PLEASE make that second photo of you pulling the TV your facebook profile picture? It is pure comedic gold. You look like a dejected Charlie Brown.

  3. Never heard of an artist paying people to take their artwork. This is getting interesting. Perhaps you could pay a blind man to take it?