Unitasker Wednesday: Hide your St. Patrick’s Day hangover

All Unitasker Wednesday posts are jokes — we don’t want you to buy these items, we want you to laugh at their ridiculousness. Enjoy!

If you’re planning on heading into work tomorrow with a wicked hangover, let me recommend these options for hiding your identity and keeping a low profile from your boss and coworkers:

These sunglasses will make people think you’re Sir Elton John and keep out the dreaded light that burns your skull —

While these sunglasses will also “shutter” out the burn —

This pair combines the light-blocking powers of the first two pairs into one MEGA pair of sunglasses

And this pair appears to block out light completely, which has the added bonus of allowing you to nap on the job unnoticed —

Now, this pair provides much needed forehead protection —

And this final pair is appropriate any time you have a hangover, not just on March 18 —

Of course, if things are really rough, you can always send a decoy into your office to take your place for the day, and no one will even notice it’s not you:

7 Comments for “Unitasker Wednesday: Hide your St. Patrick’s Day hangover”

  1. posted by Laura @ PARING DOWN on

    Hahaha! Thank goodness I am on spring break this year! No glasses (or leprechaun costume) required.

    Happy SP Day to you, Erin!

  2. posted by momofthree on

    i have one pair of socks and three lapel pins for SPD. Are they considered clutter since I wear them only one day a year? I say no, they all take up very little space in the sock drawer/jewelry box. And besides, being the greater Chicago area, everyone is Irish today…erin go braugh!!!

  3. posted by Mary on

    Oops! My nine year old daughter wore those top shamrock shaped sunglasses to school today! I think we got them as gift. I have to say she looked pretty cool in them!

  4. posted by Melissa (oddharmonic) on

    We have a pair of the sparkly shamrock sunglasses. They don’t block out much light at all, but they look cute pushed up in girls’ hair. (I bought them on post-holiday clearance a few years ago and they live in the non-Christmas seasonal decorations box. We keep it — a cardboard banker’s box — from growing with the one in, one out rule.)

  5. posted by Karyn on

    Heh. Cute take on the Unitasker Wednesday theme. 😉 I’m sure Sir Elton would be proud.

  6. posted by Brenda on

    I bought the top pair of glasses two years ago for my then 5 year old daughter. She wears them every year and loves them.

  7. posted by Jennifer Lachman on

    I bet those would come in handy if you were entering a most unusual tan line contest.

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