Shakesville Kraft Korner

Today’s project: Tampon Pan Flute!

Ode to Joy has never sounded more lovely.

Everyone I know is getting one of these for Festivus this year.

[Thanks, Angelos.]

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15 responses to “Shakesville Kraft Korner

  1. merciless

    Oh, Melissa, thank you for the laugh. I really needed one today.

    For your Nostalgia posts, you should try to find the old ESPN commercials. They’ve always been funny, but I remember one featuring Olbermann wearing a black turtleneck, sporting a goatee, and playing the pan flute.

  2. I knew I should have had my friends video me at the bar a couple of months ago. Damn it!

    Granted, my tamponica slide whistle was much more rudimentary.

  3. NameChanged

    Why?

  4. evilchemistry

    Shakesfir, Master of the Tampon Pan Flute

    ugh, sorry

  5. “Why not?” is the question.

  6. Angelos

    My favorite comment:

    “From the lightest note to the ultra tone, this flute will get the music flowing”

  7. The only thing that would make this better would be calling it a Tampan Flute. Or something like that. Okay, it doesn’t sound so hilarious after I write it out. I am way into portmanteaus.

  8. There’s more. Apparently they need to specify that the tampon applicators should be unused.

  9. This is phenomenal. As a former college flute major, you have no know I idea how much I enjoyed that.

  10. Grendel72

    Oh. Your. God.
    That’s so awesome.

  11. NMRon

    Recycling is everywhere!

  12. Mama Shakes

    Hmmmm. I’m thinking next year’s VBS crafts. . . How do you think “Father Abraham” would sound on this fine instrument?

  13. And in case anyone is interested in sending Festivus cards this year…

    http://www.cafepress.com/hoganstore/2978958

  14. Hmmmm. I’m thinking next year’s VBS crafts. . . How do you think “Father Abraham” would sound on this fine instrument?

    😆

  15. And me who always thought “Tootle my Flute” meant something entirely different. But then I was born before they started selling (1936) the things in the US so that’s probably why.

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