August 11, 2011
A guest came in The Target yesterday seeking the whereabouts of an item. She said it is a belt you can wear but not see. Really? I have heard of people taking belts of whisky like shots, or getting belted by someone elses fists, and you can generally not see "the belt"; however, I am guessing this is not the belt of which you seek.
They thought maybe it was called an invisible belt. Ah, the invisible belts you say. Well yes, we have those. They are on this rack right here. They are $20. Here is a blue invisible belt and it will be in this bag, you just pay me the money. It is a part of our new "Emperor's New Clothes Collection". Enjoy.
And I quote, "No, I do not think it was from any Emperors New Clothes Collection." Do people still read anymore? Do children just watch Dora and play video games about Dora?
I realize that I am old and the ENC story I read was carved on a stone tablet and we had to share it with the whole class while we avoided the dinosaurs, but I thought stories were passed down from generation to generation. Not any more, I guess.
So I have looked it up and found something called an Invisibelt that you can buy on line that "has an instant slimming affect of a belt without the clunky buckle". The belt fits waist sizes 2-14 and up to a 45 inch waist. I am not sure how much slimming affect it has for the 45 inch waist, but I may try one on and get my male muffin top going.
My only concern, were I to purchase this innovative belt from the Wonder Woman collection (still nothing?), is what happens when I lay the belt down somewhere?
You see, because it is invisible? Oh, never mind.