Everyone who is anyone knows I have a serious obsession with SkyMall.
Well, lucky for me, they have a new contest out, and I could win the $500 gift card of my dreams if I vote for the best family friendly product the mile-high conglomerate has to offer.
But why, more importantly, HOW do I pick just one? I mean this magazine is chock full of fun for everyone, I just can’t narrow it down. It’s like when my mom asked me which birthday present I wanted to open first, and I just said, “All of them.”
Anyways, here is my list of the top 5 family friendly products:
For those who can’t afford a personal private island, this is a must have second tier option. Float in your pool, a lake, or the ocean and feel the breeze through magnificent cross ventilation due to the lack of doors. But there’s a cooler! Someone call Tom Hanks and tell him and Wilson to give me a credit card, because avoiding Helen Hunt for four years just got way more comfortable.
If your dog isn’t wearing a raincoat, than you’re not doing enough to treat him or her like a human. Dogs cannot, under any circumstances be left to face the elements unprotected. It’s a little known fact that they will actually melt if water so much as touches their face. Protect your dog, protect your life.
I can’t even remember to shower every day, how am I supposed to be responsible for the lifeline of a plant outside my door? I am only concerned with things within a five foot radius of my person, it’s a personal bubble. Sorry, ficus, you must water yourself. Evolution is the key to success in life, adapt and move on, plants.
Sleepovers anywhere, anytime, anyplace. Ever want to go to sleep but you’re worried about how you’re going to fit two people in such a small area? Have no fear! Just pop up this camo-bunk and not only will you be channelling Bear Grylls in the sheets (not dirty, get your mind out of the gutter) but you’ll be dreaming sweet vignettes of undercover covert ops, transforming your back yard into a slumbering battlezone. Sleep on, soldier.
I don’t know why I would even have to explain the importance of safe alcohol travel, but alas, I will. Not only has alcohol manufacturing not evolved to adapt to the clumsiness of people like me who tend to have sweaty palms in awkward situations (that also tend to require alcohol), but bottles drop, glass breaks. But not anymore, protect your bottle from damage with this inflatable protective bag. You can also use it for olive oil, but come on, wine is way more important than lubing up your pan for a piece of chicken.
There you have it, folks. The definitive list of all things great in the family friendly production realm. I’d like to thank SkyMall for its continued efforts in curating high quality, unique items for sale in the mile high skies.
I am forever entertained, and always excited to see what is in the next issue.
Stay classy, Internet.