Pintester Movement 2.0 – Lovin It

I am super pumped to be participating in the Pintester Movement 2.0, put on by none other than the Pintester herself, Sonja Foust.

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I follow her site religiously and I find myself constantly laughing. Either from the witty, wordy and mostly dirty posts to the funny fails. If you have not checked her out you must, unless you get offended easily then get over yourself and still check her out!

Anyway, the object is to test a pin that the Pintester has already tried. I got really GUNG HO and decided to tackle the “Arm Knitting” pin which was originally posted by SimplyMaggie.

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So I poured my self some wine and went to work…….

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…….By work I mean that I pulled up the Pintester’s attempt which then lead me to the original post. From there I grabbed yarn that I had left over from a bad attempt at a christmas scarf and another glass of wine.

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As I looked through the steps involved I started to get a bad feeling about the whole thing. Like the Pintester I had NO idea what any of the terms meant. So I started searching the web…… and poured myself some more wine.

Just as I kind of, sort of, not really at all whatsoever, started to figure it out I realized two things.

1) My cat was now playing with my yarn and 2) I had drank a lot of wine.

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So, I decided to just chalk this one up as a FAIL and move on to something else.

But what could I do…………….hmmmm…….then it hit me. I could do the WAX PAPER WATER SPOT PREVENTER. 

Apparently no one really know where this originated, but I like clean things so I figured what the heck.

For this test all you need is two things (one of them not being your sobriety)

  1. A Faucet
  2. Wax Paper

I had both, then realized that my faucet was dirty. Really Dirty. So I cleaned it up all nice and shiny before I started. (your welcome)

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Taking the wax paper in one hand, and my drink in the other, I proceeded to give the faucet a good rub down.

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When I was done I noticed that my once shiny faucet now had streaks on it…yuck.

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At this point who cares if it did resist water marks (it didn’t) and finger prints (not at all) because my faucet was all covered in a waxy film.

In my opinion this is a big ole FAIL, just like when the Pintester tried it.

But on the bright side I did finished my wine….so cheers to that!!

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If you want to check out more pins that the Pintester has tried then be sure to check out her site.

Also, thanks for check out my blog, its pretty new but so far I think its pretty awesome. Heck, why not give me a like or sign up to follow me.

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17 thoughts on “Pintester Movement 2.0 – Lovin It

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  3. DRINKING the wine I put into my pin would have helped. Mine was all over fail. It’s fun to see another person also fail–we’re all in this together, huzzah!

  4. well now you can say you emptied the bottle of wine for the next pintester movement. There has to be some pin that involves an empty bottle of wine – like the yarn wrapped bottle stuff.

    • Lol – thanks for stopping by and taking time to comment. I can’t imagine how that pin turns out well for anyone. Nice to know someone else tried though.

  5. So funny! Try Nu Finish car wax – no streaks and in fact you will think you did it wrong because it looks like you rubbed it all off – but the water spots won’t stick for months!

    • Car Wax, sound crazy and like something I will have to try out.

      This is why I love pinterest and blogging. Great information that you would never have known before.

      Thanks for the great tip.

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