Tuesday, April 29, 2014

ART or NOT?




My eye exam was fine...

Today's lesson is how to make ART from any or everything... I present to you

Toothbrush ART..

This is my new toothbrush. As I brushed my teeth I studied this and wondered who was the brave person that tested this to see if it works.



I mean doesn't it look like it would HURT? Someone had to test it. 

I pondered
what type person test these? Are they well paid? How many things do they test a day? Is there a whole workforce of people out there testing all the things we buy?

Is there someone out there paid to flush new toilet to answer these questions

How much does it cost to flush a toilet once?
How much water does a constantly running toilet leak?
How many gallons of water does a toilet use per flush?
How many gallons of water does a toilet flush?







  I can tell you I love it. and it doesn't hurt.
Go ahead! you can say it! "MadSnapper needs a LIFE"
I know you are thinking it...


Sandra: "Wanna hear a joke?"

Bob: "Nope! I'm already looking at one!"   

36 comments:

Madi and Mom said...

YAY FOR GOOD PEEPERS!!
MOL MOL MOL MS YOU ARE SUCH A FUN GIRL. MOM WANTS A PURPLE BRISTLE TOOTHBRUSH!! NOPE MS HAS A LIFE AND WE LOVE HOW SHE LIVES IT
HUGS MADI YOUR BFFF AND MOM

DeniseinVA said...

I love your humor Sandra. Nifty close ups too. I feel the need to go and inspect my toothbrush now ;)

DawnTreader said...

Well, you obviously dared test it. Maybe you could earn big money offering to test some more! :)

EG CameraGirl said...

They would have to pay me a LOT to be a tester. ;)

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

What a fun post to start off the morning before I head off to the Y, thanks Sandra. Indeed you have posed some interesting questions and perhaps they have test dummies, like the ones used in car crashes. I wonder what their job titles and descriptions would read...even funnier to think about.

Cranberry Morning said...

Go ahead and slap Bob for me! ;-) Love that purplish version of THE toothbrush. And yeah, it looks like one wicked instrument. And least I hope the toothbrush testers get a free, lifetime supply of toothbrushes. But then what would they do about the toilet testers? Hmmm. So much to ponder, Sandra!

Molly The Wally said...

Glad your eye test went OK. OMD an instrument of torture. They bought me a toothbrush and chicken flavoured toothpaste which I tried to eat and the toothbrush ended up in the bin and rightly so. Have a terrific Tuesday.
Best wishes Molly

diane b said...

You certainly are a mad snapper. The shots are fun. Glad your eye test was okay. Remember I used to have to test worn undies to find faults.

From the Kitchen said...

That toothbrush looks like a weapon of torture!! Now I'm off to ponder the rest of your questions.

Best,
Bonnie

Montanagirl said...

That's pretty funny - and cute! I have a pretty cool toothbrush too. Never thought of photographing it though. LOVE this post! LOLOL

TexWisGirl said...

laughing out loud at your last verbiage. :)

Amy Burzese said...

You are a hoot.

rottrover said...

Well, SOMEBODY has got to test all that stuff, right??

crafty cat corner said...

I've never seen a toothbrush like that before, it looks lethal.
No, you're not mad, my mind goes on a similar way, we're just curious and that's a good thing.
Briony
x

Dazee said...

Good one Sandra, made me laugh out loud! I always wanted to be a potato chip tester. I would get to stand all day and look at all kinds and flavors of potato chips, eat as much as I want and then tell people how delicious they were. note to self: add this to my resume LOL

Ginny said...

So of course I DO have that same question: Doesn't it hurt? Those plastic white spikes on the edges look kind of painful. What made you choose this toothbrush? BUT I adore the pictures, the brush itself is beautiful! Even in just a plain picture. The last two pictures are fabulous, and the others very pretty too. It could also be symbolic of cleanliness, pain, a lot of things. Don't give me any ideas... You have become the MASTER of edits, rock on Snappy!

Deb said...

those would be great hanging in a dentist office...or bathroom...you are so clever Sandra...you always peek my interest with your blog

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Good questions and when you find the answers,post them here. :)

Michaele said...

Yea for a good exam! You really must test out the vibrating toothbrushes. I love them. I will never go back to the other kind.

Susannah said...

Glad your eye exam went okay! I found out about 2 weeks ago that I have macular degeneration. But anyways, Sandra, Jim and I love our electric toothbrush! My teeth have never felt so clean. It really feels good when you are finished brushing and all during the time until you brush again. Think about it. It is worth it.

No I could never be a tester. I would either be too critical or pass things along that should not.

Ann said...

who knew a toothbrush could be so artsy. I love them all.

LC said...

I liked! Maybe I need to get a life too. Or maybe we are blessed that we can never stay bored cause the world is full of fascinating photo possibilities and intriguing questions!

Willow said...

Oh Sandra you a such fun !!

George said...

Bob is either very brave -- or very foolish. Regardless, I did enjoy your toothbrush art. Unfortunately, I can't answer any of your question.

Betsy Adams said...

Hi There, Glad your eye exam went well... No new glasses this year? Both GE and I got new glasses when we went a few months ago---and it certainly cost us a penny or two .... Gads!

Your thinking about the toothbrush makers and 'testers' reminded me of so many of the frivolous and stupid tests our dumb Govt. pays people to 'study' --like the life of some kind of tiny fish (or something like that)... Another GADS.

Hugs,
Betsy

SquirrelQueen said...

An interesting looking toothbrush but I like the color your created more than the real one. I would never have thought about photographing my TB.

Who tests stuff like this? People like me. I've been sent all sorts of products to test and evaluate. No toothbrushes that I can remember but mascara, shampoo, cleaning supplies, etc.

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

I never fail to be amazed at the things YOU can do on the computer. I just need more patience or is it more then that. I fear it's patience AND smarts. I have neither! :) I won't test anything.
I did once..never again. Long story and not a pretty one so I will spare you. Just know that it takes guts...for sure.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Well, now that you mention it...I too wonder who tests these.

The changes you made with your brush is interesting....I say that with trepidations 'cause now I'm thinking Hootin' Anni needs a life. [kidding]

And your 'joke' put a smile on my face this morning. ---glad the exam had good results.

Catherine said...

Glad your eye exam went well!
Have a good one!
xo Catherine

Cranberry Morning said...

I was hunting for you through my Feedly reader this morning and now I'm worried that you were flooded out. You okay?

Terri @ Backward B Ranch said...

I'm glad your eye doc visit went well! Have a fantastic Wednesday!

Inger said...

This post could not have that many word, could it, I am not about to count, but still. I love your toothbrush art. Only you could see the beauty in it. And that's called "Having a Great and Creative Life!"

Debby@Just Breathe said...

MadSnapper has a life that she loves! That toothbrush looks very interesting. Glad your eye exam went well.

Ida said...

Now this is a first but what a great idea. You really did create some fun toothbrush art.

Eva Ason said...

You ARE amazing! Love the way you always find something to 'play' around with. And the pictures turns out great, even a simple thing as a toothbrush looks great :)Keep on what you're doing!!

Grandma C said...

I am one of those people who have tested stuff... I tested penne pasta and got paid for it. Now you know why you like your pasta.