Living alone has its perks. You get to be as messy as you'd like, you always get to decide what to watch on television and pants pretty much become optional at all times. There are, however, downsides. It can get lonely. There's no one around to help you when you realize just a little too late that there's no more toilet paper. And cooking for one is a real pain in the buttocks. Thankfully, here at SkyMall Monday
headquarters, I live with my girlfriend and two dog butlers. We can cook proper meals, go into the bathroom with confidence and always have someone with whom to play UNO
. What should the lonely among us do when they need an extra set of hands? Mail order brides are expensive, Craiglist roommates usually end up being psychos who clip their toenails in your bed and training your dogs to be butlers takes ages (believe me, I know). Thankfully, SkyMall
knows that solo dwellers could use some help. They know that there's nothing wrong with living alone. They don't judge. They know that you live alone by choice. They understand that it's not because no one could possibly love you. They think it's totally cool that you have six cats who vote for their feline president every fours years. Heck, they even appreciate all that President Jinglebottoms H. Furrykins IV has done in his first term in office. But they want to help, as well. That's why they carry the Baggy Rack
There's nothing worse than bagging up leftovers (except for genocide, child molestation, dropping your ice cream cone and several trillion other things). The bags don't stay open, you get sauce all over your hands and inevitably, you just give up and throw the food against the wall in a fit of anger. Several hours later, after writing about the incident in your diary, you return to the kitchen to tackle quite a mess. Who has time for that? That's why you need to have a device that will hold those bags open for you.
Think that it's easy to hold those tiny bags open all by yourself? Never have leftovers because you can down an entire DiGiorno
's by yourself? Well, maybe you should pop a Gas-X and read the product description:
Every kitchen should have this practical rack that keeps plastic bags upright so they're easy to fill. No more spilling food all over the counter! Great for sauce, soup, cereal, berries, leftovers...Doubles as a bag dryer.
Sauce is a food product. Soup is a food product. Cereal and berries are food products (that, coincidentally, go great together). Leftovers is a generic category that could encompass anything. From steak to jelly bean gravy, anything can be a leftover. That means that the Baggy Rack is great for everything. Including being a bag dryer. Because we all should be rinsing and reusing our bags once we're done with all that jelly bean gravy.
Living alone doesn't have to be difficult. All you need are some dolls, some peanut butter and the Baggy Rack. You'll never feel lonely again.
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