Thursday, January 15, 2009

What Do Little Church Ladies Everywhere, Brooke Shields and I Have In Common?

We pimp Tupperware, that's what.
Just when you think you know yourself, you do something so shocking to your sensibilities that it makes you question your very reality.

I am in the Tupperware Mafia.

To be honest, I didn't so much join the Tupperware sales team as I was "beat in," to use a phrase common amongst teen street gangs. You see, Jeremy's mother is sort of the local Tupperware Don. She thought it was something I should do, seeing that I stopped working to be a stay-at-home mother and all. When the Tupper-Don makes up her mind about something you can't really question it. You just get to peddling that Tupperware... or else.

So yeah, I am seeing what I can do with it online but that is about the extent of it for now. I wanted to make my personal Tupperware website all funny, but apparently that is a no-no. (Hey, I was just going to put up a picture of Violet with the caption: "Tupperware stole my baby and said they will only give her back if you buy $500 worth of merchandise!" Hahaha, I thought it was funny.)
If any of you within the scope of this blog are in the market for the space-saving, shelf-organizing power that is Tupperware then please do buy it using this link. I promise to not buy crack with any of the profits!
And, sadly, this sort of kills the taunt I made especially for Jeremy: "Yo' Mama sells Tupperware!" The joke is on me, huh? Good thing I can laugh at myself.


The Self-Deprechaun said...

Nice Tupperware! People have told me that Tupperware along with Avon products are sold as a front. But in the seedy back wings, adult pleasure toys are sold to housewives. True or false? I'm not even trying to be funny.

Chelle said...

Some people just don't get the haha. I call those people minus tens. Myself being a guru of funny.

I'll explain the whole system later on. Let's just say that it was developed during a very secret & important ceremony with my best gay friend, Richard, a hotel bathroom filled to the ceiling with bubbles and a few pina coladas.

*mary* said...

Chelle, that sounds like an great and elaborate system. I'm a minimalist (also lazy), so my system goes more along the lines of: funny= doesn't suck, not funny= suck.
Self-Deprachaun, I'm not sure about the whole thing being a facade for something else. I'm still a new initiate so they don't tell me the secrets. I haven't even learned the special handshake yet. BUT, I will let you know!

Autism Mom said...

Hmm, maybe you get a secret "back massager" with every purchase of $100 or more dollars? I've never understood why back massagers always seem to be phallic-shaped. Crazy, no?

controlled chaos said...

Well, I liked your ideas.
I thought there were funny and awesome.

And I never knew the Tupperware mafia actually existed, I thought it was one of those fictions of T.V...


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