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Monday, September 19, 2005

Manhattan Subway Baby/Bébé Métro New-York (En/Fr)

Photograph from EBay Seller "Linagem79"

Remember the iPodified babies? Well, when I was writing my post on the Subway iPods, earlier today, look what I found on eBay. You don't have a subway map on you? No problem, just put it on the baby! I'm surprised the GAP didn't think of that yet.

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Vous vous souvenez des bébés iPodifiés? Eh bien, quand j'ecrivais mon billet sur les plans de Métro pour iPods tout à l'heure, devinez ce que j'ai trouvé sur sur eBay. Pas de plan de Métro sur vous? Pas de probleme, mettez en un sur le bébé! Ca m'étonne que le GAP n'y ait pas encore pensé.


Blogger diopter said...

They sell shower curtains and all kinds of other junk with the subway map design at the MTA shops and transit museums. They can't get me home to Brooklyn in a reliable fashion, but they have shower curtains and baby clothes!

1:33 PM  
Blogger Tomate Farcie said...

Salut, Diopter!

Isn't it typical, though? When I lived in Paris I complained a lot about the subway smell, the fact that we were all packed like sardines in a can, it was late, on strike, etc., etc. Yet, I get real nostalgic just thinking about it now. I'll have to check out the MTA's website and see how much they charge for shower curtains with a NY subway map on it. Could be kind of cool.

11:35 AM  
Blogger diopter said...

Oui, c'est vrai.

And if coasters, baby clothes and mugs aren't enough, you can buy surplus inventory and machine parts!


1:49 PM  
Blogger Tomate Farcie said...

I see...

"Operating Levers, Mounting Brackets Hanger Bolts, Elbow Pipes, Piston Rings, Exhaust Vents and more ..."

And I'm always looking for US souvenirs to bring back to the family in France... How about an elbow pipe from Mahattan?

Thanks for the link, Diopter! :-)

10:43 AM  
Blogger diopter said...

What a lovely keepsake an elbow pipe would be! Could you imagine trying to get that thing on a plane? hahahahaha

6:01 AM  
Blogger Tomate Farcie said...

I especially wonder what my mother, my father, or anybody else over there would do with that. But hey, I also saw on eBay a while back some guy trying to sell for big money pieces of the Metro of Paris...

Takes all kind.

5:01 PM  
Blogger diopter said...

Wow. Hurrah for free (albeit ridiculous) enterprise, I suppose?

5:15 PM  

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