The ad popped onto my phone this morning: Above all, a top must be simple, elegant and designed forever. The words were accompanied by a photo – a perfectly balanced top doing its thing.
I said yes in that moment.
There was no research, no plotting of uses, no cost-benefit analysis. There was just yes.
I stared at the simplicity, the balance … the beauty of the object. What is happening to your brain, my man? I didn’t know and I didn’t care.
Bruce – what does this thing cost? Shhh.
What good is it? Shhh.
Are you nuts? Shhh again.
And … you better not write about this on WordPress! (Sigh)
I sat quietly and listened. The “yes” was coursing through me, uninformed by rational thought. There wasn’t any bloated verbiage, only that one word.
It was time to see what the company had to say:
According to recent studies, fiddling with items at your desk can aid thought process and improve productivity.
Learn about the colors, weights and attributes of the metals of our tops.
We all love to challenge ourselves! Beat your own spin times, or better yet, compete with your friends for pizza and drinks.
In a few days, my titanium top and a circular glass base will knock on my door. I will welcome them into my family.