Cathy and Post-Feminist Dogma

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I resent the sexist implications of this cartoon. I buy cute little outfits for my own electronic gadgets! Not his…MINE!

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  1. “What separates us from the animals is our ability to accessorize.”

    That’s hysterical.

    My iPod mini wouldn’t be the same if it weren’t for its cute little pink jacket.

  2. Katrina-
    You made a coat for your Cricut? Am I the only person who’s high school no longer offered home ec by the time I got there?

  3. A coat for your Cricut? Really??

    I’m way out of touch, are there really little clothes for all these gadgets? ‘Cause mine are all nekkid!

  4. I did, indeed, make a little outfit for my Cricut. I’ll dig up the photo and post it. 😀

    Sarah, I agree–my iPod would look naked if it weren’t for its electric blue “iSkin”.

    Accessories add personality to utility!

  5. LOL We are so gadgety. When did this happen to us? Is it because we married geeks? Is that what it is? What is hysterical is when our toys outnumber theirs. ;p

    Oh, and we have to have a picture of your Cricut’s clothes. Maybe one of these days when I start scrapbooking again I will get a cricut. Until then I will just satisfy myself with my sidekick. Pity me. I am deprived.

  6. Hubby was very jealous when I walked out of Best Buy with a bag, and he didn’t, on Thanksgiving weekend 🙂 I bought myself a new Cannon digital camera for my birthday. I’m a bit shocked at myself, since I had originally planned to buy clothes. I think people are ice skating in Hell…I bought an electronic device for my birthday…for MYSELF!! And, you know what? I don’t regret it for a minute! I love my little point-and-shoot camera 🙂

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