This is NOT your ordinary wicker chair. It’s a Pottery Barn chair! Which can only mean one thing: this chair was made entirely of sea grass . . . SUSTAINABLE sea grass!
Naturally everybody and their dog wants to know how Pottery Barn makes a chair out of sustainable sea grass. How? how? how? everybody asks! Woof? Woof? Woof? asks everybody’s dogs.
And so, here’s some Pottery Barn Sustainable Sea Grass FAQ’s:
What does Pottery Barn mean by seagrass?
Pottery Barn knew you wouldn’t know that. Like most Americans, you have probably never spent much time, if any, walking around on the bottom of the ocean like Pottery Barn has. But if you did, you would find that on the bottom of every ocean is a gigantic lawn where sea creatures of all shapes and sizes bring their families to relax, play croquet and run three-tentacled races.
What does Pottery Barn mean by sustainable?
You don’t get out much do you? After paying out beaucoup bucks and attending umpteen seminars on global warming and adhering to strict guidelines ad nauseam, PB has become licensed by Al Gore, himself, to use the word sustainable to describe a person, place or thing in Pottery Barn catalogs until well past the year 2017.
What does Pottery Barn mean by sustainable seagrass?
You would ask that. Sustainable seagrass is any seagrass that has been painstakingly trimmed by the very fingers of Al Gore, himself, in such a way as to make it grow back quickly and also in such as way as to give Al Gore a killer back ache in such a way as to cause Al Gore to hire a female masseuse to come to his room and give him a massage in such a way as to cause Al Gore to act so weird his wife divorces him.
But how does Pottery Barn make a chair out of seagrass?
Nosy aren’t you? Again the answer lies with Al Gore. As you may or may not know, Al Gore used to be the Vice President of the United States of America where he spent hours upon hours snacking on Funions and waiting for something untoward to happen to Bill Clinton. He managed to keep busy by inventing a process he calls braiding.
On any given day, you can find Al Gore along with Leonardo Di Caprio (Al Gore’s best-looking, boot-licker sidekick) busily braiding sustainable seagrass chairs, lamps and even masseuse tables for Pottery Barn to offer to their highly discerning customers who are willing to pay top dollar for any furniture braided by Al and Leo as long as they 1) promise to wash their hands first and 2) promise to preface all Al and Leo’s offerings with the adjective “sustainable.”
But why does Pottery Barn call itself a pottery barn when it is clearly a store?
Go away kid you bother me.
Until next time . . . I love you (way more than Pottery Barn)