It’s time again for What the Aitch! That sizzling section of the week when we reveal the gripping conclusion to the question “What the Aitch Eee Double El was that thing-a-majing-ama-jobber we found last week?!?” AND leave you with a puzzling new wonder to wander over for next week.
It’s really the best part of the week (except Froggy’s joke night on Mondays. Whew, that’s one funny frog!), so we’re super stoked it’s finally here!!
And it’s also why we know you’re going to be super bummed to hear that we didn’t find anything to head scratch over this week. We looked all around. We hammered on stuff under the hood. We rummaged beneath the sofas in the lobby. We even checked below Froggy – twice! Literally, we’ve classified every object under the sun-roof.
So we’re temporarily avandoning (this pun has been brought to you by Zinc!) What The Aitch.
But this isn’t for goods! We’ve just run out of stuff in our Van. But if there’s anything in your van you think is too Aitch-static (aka gives you a big HMMMM) to hide, tell us about it, we’ll tell everybody about you! Just email us at email@example.com!
But just cause our pockets are empty for next week, doesn’t mean we’re leaving you hanging about that last Aitchin’ mystery. Last week we found a transformer going through an identity crisis.
We led that doo-dad on a journey of self discovery, forcing it to bend and stretch in new ways to learn that it’s really a…
..n iron! A travel iron to be exac-attack-ly.
That’s right! It’s the same Sanyo of pretty groovy portable TVs…
and crazy car radios…
aaaand, stereos (using the same art director as above commercial AKA WATCH!)
Sanyo’s exciting Travel Butler made waves in the developing travel iron market scene in 1983 – otherwise known as The Year Of Excessive Travel & Pressed Shirts. It folds! It scalds! It even does your taxes (have you contributed to your Roth Ira this year? You really should, says Travel Butler). It’s everything you need in an iron plus it has the ability to open doors! Also it has one of those cool squirty things that makes your shirt wet!
Will What The Aitch return next week? You decide! Don’t forget to send us pics of any cool stuff you think would leave everybody guessing! Just box it up, provide 29¢ for postage, and ship it on over to the Magic Post Box at firstname.lastname@example.org!