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Funny Things - Welcome to the 50s!

I got a swimming membership at a local pool. I LOVE to swim!! I'm so happy to be swimming again :) It's almost the only way I can do exercise here. I get dehydrated very easily, so swimming is the perfect exercise for me when it's super hot! I love it too :) Anyway, on the first day I went, I saw this awesome old vibrator belt "exercise" machine outside (the pool also has a workout facility). It cracked me up!!! (you can look at a funny old picture of people using these back in the day if you click here).
If you look closely at this picture you can see the brand of it - "Mona Lisa" hahahaha! That made us laugh a lot! It's just funny to me... the painting of the Mona Lisa doesn't show her body at all, so it's just funny that an exercise machine was named after her :)
It was even funnier that it was out in the parking lot :) I just had to play with it :)

Comments

Emily said…
haha! So do you feel trimmer? :)
Bri said…
cute!
SouthAsiaRocks said…
Definitely!
Deanna said…
Your blog is always a highlight of my day:)
Elizabeth said…
This just makes me laugh... and makes me curious about "pool culture" where you live. Hmm... perhaps I'll have to send you an email with my questions.
SouthAsiaRocks said…
haha! Ask away :)

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