I was recently on an airplane, and it was time to put away my Kindle so that the plane could get to 10,000 feet without someone reading something or killing an angry bird, and it was my return trip, so I didn’t need the Delta magazine.
Enter Sky Mall. First, how funny is it that this catalog still exists? I remember when catalog shopping was something my mom did all the time, but that’s a bygone era simply because of the internet.
Anyway, this isn’t just a catalog. It could be titled, “things no one needs, ever.” I wonder who decides they need some of the stuff in there? And back in the day, the person buying would have to pick up the phone in the middle seat, swipe their credit card to pay for the call, and only then could they buy their $489 chaise lounge.
So, I thought I’d take a break from frugality, and go shopping. Want to join me?
My Sky Mall Wish ListThundershirt for dogs. Because all dogs want to wear kevlar during a storm.
The back & joint reliever. It’s like lying on the floor, but fancier.
Italian globe bar: the dry bar for when you don’t feel pretentious enough
stay cool, look cool, be cool, by your own pool. $399.
and finally, your own sheet sleeping bag for when all the five-star resorts are booked. and you are traveling alone.
Please note: there are no links to products, because I don’t want to be responsible for you wasting a perfectly good click on a link to Sky Mall.