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Pivot Power: A Creative Outlet

The Pivot Power Strip ($30) is an adorable design by adorable inventor Jake Zien (pictured above being all adorable with his invention). This adjustable power strip snakes around corners, fits in cramped spaces, and holds large adaptors in every outlet. Just like your sister.

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sarah j

Posted on 07.04.11 at 12:44 PM

The item is fine, but what the hell is up with your editorials of late? "Just like your sister"? I held back from commenting on the ridiculous writeup of the maternity shirt yesterday, but if this unfunny bro-ha-ha crap continues, I will strike Outblush off my daily reads.

Really?

Posted on 07.04.11 at 6:45 PM

Thank god the snark police are here to let everyone know that they didn't agree with something on Outblush! I'm sure the internet would just go all to hell if people like sarah j didn't keep it in line. /sarcasm.

Janetor

Posted on 07.05.11 at 8:21 AM

Really?, you just became my favorite person.

Found of You

Posted on 07.05.11 at 12:19 PM

A bro-ha-ha is a gathering of only males, i.e. a sausagefest. Is sarah j. suggesting that blue humor belongs only in a male forum? F that.

I'm Found of You and I wrote this post AND the highly offensive maternity top post that suggests that *GASP* women like to have sex and look sexy, and might even like to do so while knocked up.

Laura V

Posted on 07.05.11 at 12:35 PM

Saying that women like to look sexy and have sex is fine. (I had no issue with the maternity post. Possibly because I'm knocked up. Who knows.)

Gross "your sister" jokes? WTF. Not even in the same category. Those are outright misogynist claptrap and acting like they are not is disingenuous at best. Acting like people are wrong to be offended by them? Seriously? If you don't want to be called out on antifeminist bull then don't write it.

blk

Posted on 07.05.11 at 1:00 PM

Man, all these poor oppressed people who aren't being permitted to tell sexist "jokes" for fear of being told they are sexist and unfunny. What is this world coming to?

In a totally different topic, why is a blog that purports to sell things to women insulting other women? That's not cool.

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