I Like This 'Zoid' Console For Two Reasons...

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1. It's beautiful. The 'Zoid' console, designed by Meier/Ferrer, is completely awesome. White stone, brass, sleek geometric lines- it was love at first sight. I mean, I'm talking butterflies and sweaty palms love at first sight....followed by the earth shattering revelation that this console will probably never be mine. Not even when I politely ask it on Valentine's Day. Nope...totally out of my league. Why must you be so expensive? WHY, ZOID CONSOLE, WHY???

2. It speaks my language. I am all to familiar with the term "zoid"...but not for reasons involving really cool furniture. My fam is big on making up phrases and words (one of which just so happens to be this blog's namesake: "triple max tons to the rad squared"). With an ever-growing repertoire of slang words usually only said amongst us Powell people, "zoid" is usually heard alongside another Powell-ism, "pub nut." Both terms have the ability to equally make my stomach flip...they are what we call ZITS AND BLACKHEADS!!! HA!! Ewww.

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  1. I need to spend a holiday with your family. I feel like I'd have no idea what was happening but completely enjoy it nonetheless.

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    1. You are welcome anytime...but consider yourself warned by this post, we are a rowdy bunch!

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  2. That is a stunning, stunning table. However, when I saw the title, I immediately though of Zoidberg from Futurama! http://pool.theinfosphere.org/images/thumb/7/79/Zoidberg_promo.png/180px-Zoidberg_promo.png

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  3. That table is PERFECTION, seriously I'm drooling, stunning!

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  4. It's like you're speaking an entirely different (and really hilarious) language. P.S. Planning our trip to Austin for the end of April. We must hang.

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    1. Ahhh! Just emailed you for deets....I might be out of town. Booo!

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