Did you know I have a lot of plastic tubs? I know by purchasing them I will eventually contribute to the deterioration of our earth when I throw them out. The earth does not love plastic bins. (So maybe its actually better if I hoard them and never, ever throw them out? We'll cross that bridge when we get there.)
I have three under the laundry table for sorting. Like giant ones. Then I have three extra empty ones stacked next to that table for whenever I need to house piles of things, or tote things around, or transport lots of stuff in my car. Or when one of the sorting ones gets broken from having been used as a space shuttle (they are so big that they can fit two children in them.) Two children romping around in them breaks them. My containers are not for transporting children.
BUT THIS ONE IS.
Are you totally confused about this? I know. Cool and weird at the same time. Are there seatbelts? Is it basically one giant piece of tupperware anchored to a bike? Would your kids jump out? Well, I know the answer to that question. It is Yes they most certainly would.
What do you think?? I kinda want it really badly, except how bummed would my husband be to store that thing in the garage? I guess I could share it with him, and then maybe not so bummed. He could be like this guy. This guy loves to look at the giant tupperware bike in his garage. Look how ecstatic he is.
My weiner dog Cal would love to ride in that thing. Wind blowing in his ears and all. I know how much you heart dogs. Little, snuggly, bike-riding dogs. I'd let you pedal him around my neighborhood if I got one of those bikes. (And I may win one, since I'm blogging about them - click on one of the pics above to do the same).
I know you kind of want one too...the aqua one (did you catch the tiny pic above?).
Those Madsen people are good at turquoise tupperware transportation.
So where would you rock this vehicle? What would you put in it?