By David Pescovitz at 7:50 am Mon, Feb 2, 2009
There’s always money in the banana stand.
Does the whole length light up, or just the tip?
Do ya have to peel it to change out bulbs?
Is that a banana in your house or are you just happy to see me?
>That is one big banana lamp.
That’s what, uhm, she said?
I’m going to go against the flow, criticize BB, and be provocative and controversial!!!!
It should be called a Vintage Giant-Banana Lamp instead. This is because the lamp is vintage, not the banana it portrays; a vintage banana is chiefly of interest to fruit flies (time flies, on the other hand, like an arrow).
No doubt I’ll be disemvowelled or deleted, because my incisive wit, superior knowledge, and dissenting opinions are just too much for BoingBoing to tolerate! Behold me in my righteous martyrdom!
There’s money in the banana stand!
Also, I for one welcome our new banana overlords.
Was this a one-time possession of Faye Wray? That would explain a lot …..
Has anyone registered to get the price?
big yellow joint!
Light light light light light light light
Paris, France – click here to request a free shipping quote from Hedleys Humpers.”
Do you REALLY want the Humpers touching your big banana?
Fruitpunk! Fruitpunk! Fruitpunk!
Oh crimeny… this reminds me of a whole slew of mildly surreal riddles that were popular in ’77 or so. These were riddles like, “What’s purple and lights up?” (A: An electric grape.)
Looks like someone took the idea in a literal direction.
Ah, the 70s. When mimes had a prime-time TV show and burnt orange velour was considered a perfectly reasonable color/fabric choice for a T-shirt.
Yes we have one banana…
It’ll feed 100.
Watts that is.
This would be a great addition to any Carmen Miranda / Josephine Baker themed room.
And absolutely nowhere else on earth.
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