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TEMPORARY FASHIONISTAS

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CHAIR TODAY, GONE TOMORROW: Lorika and I are featured on the cover of Wednesday's Home + Garden in the Star Tribune.

March 21, 2006 at 02:37 PM in Dandy Foppery | Permalink

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feel free to make more alternate captions for this photo!

the best one gets a prize.

Posted by: chuck at Mar 21, 2006 2:42:15 PM

Male/Female couple looking for female for threesome.

Posted by: Amy at Mar 21, 2006 3:12:01 PM

Err, that was a caption suggestion!

Posted by: Amy at Mar 21, 2006 3:12:38 PM

The cat didn't feel like facing the camera?
(that's not a caption, just an inquiry).

Snazzy room! Stylin' & Pofilin'!

(that wasn't a caption either, just a lame expression)

Posted by: missbhavens at Mar 21, 2006 3:46:19 PM

"We go through a lot of furniture," Erickson snickered. "We just finished fucking our brains out on this bed - I'm sure we'll break it any day now," Olsen added.

Yeah, I don't know how Mooki managed to look relaxed. Must've been the tranquilizer dart. There's a (possibly better) pic that's only in print. I know you're all just waiting for that.

Posted by: chuck at Mar 21, 2006 4:03:40 PM

"Today, we are going to discuss - well, it is probably the most important book any of us will ever read. Yes, it is provocative, but it is also inspiring: The Heritage Hills Special Edition Golden Deluxe Treasury of Christmas Keepsakes and Collectibles!"

Posted by: mopsa at Mar 21, 2006 6:36:11 PM

"With energy costs rising all over the country, Chuck Olsen and Lori Erickson proudly show off their lastest method of keeping warm on those Minnesota nights. Giant pita bread. Not just for eating anymore"

Posted by: David at Mar 21, 2006 8:49:41 PM

um...how about "um, we like to eat garbage?" hahahah ROFL ROFL ROFL ROFL!Just kidding though...you don't really eat garbage. Maybe you do. I don't know you guys that well. Whatever floats your boat, right?

But what I really wanted to say was:

1. That's awesome!! I like the decor and I LOVE the lamp!
2. The article title is particularly funny because today I just dropped off my dad's old office chair to be fixed up and re-upholstered. And you might even get to see a video about it on my soon-to-be vlog!

Posted by: karinahill at Mar 21, 2006 8:51:03 PM

dammit...me and my typos...

I meant "latest" not "lastest"

Posted by: David at Mar 21, 2006 10:55:03 PM

golly this is tough. 3somes, pita bread, Heritage Hills Christmas Keepsakes? nice work, everyone. although the other captions probably required more thought, "um, we like to eat garbage?" made me laugh out loud and wins for being utterly unexpected. congratulations, Karina!

the prize is...ummm... how about, whenever i have Minnesota Stories schwag, a free t-shirt.

Posted by: chuck at Mar 22, 2006 12:31:17 AM

SWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEET!!!!!

I'm so glad I decided not go with "We like to eat poop" !

T-shirt! T-shirt! T-shirt! Thanks Chuck!

Posted by: Karina at Mar 22, 2006 1:09:24 AM

"As pet taxidermy has gained popularity, Mooki has stuffed Chuck and Lori so he can always remember the good times."

Posted by: Dan at Mar 22, 2006 5:03:37 PM

"This is were all the magic happens." Explains Olsen. "I usually fall asleep by myself as Chuck says he's working on some REALLY important video. Yeah, he might be changing the world and all, but what about my needs." Erickson retorts as she opens a package of Duracell batteries. "I feel like the flavor of the month cat in this place. Sometimes, just to remind them that I'm here, I miss the litter box, or leave a present on one of the plethora of faux Scandinavian rugs. I know they're made in some Pan-Asian sweatshop, because I'm getting a rash from wiping!" Mooki exclaims.

Posted by: Paul at Mar 22, 2006 7:23:42 PM

holy crap you two are popular!

Posted by: honey bunny at Mar 22, 2006 10:38:18 PM

While I think it's wonderful that you included your beloved feline in this photo, I would like to remind you that tranquilizer darts are never funny, and that the use of narcotics on pets (or even joking about such things) is the real tragedy, and God, and the bible.

Posted by: Jonathan at Mar 23, 2006 9:08:30 AM