Nubar Knight's Armor. That is what it looks like. But you already knew that by now, didn't you?! Before this one came out, I thought that maybe, maybe it would find its way into the hearts of girls, but the commotion never happened. I'm thinking, maybe this piece of garment just isn't very versatile these days. I mean... So... ...heavy. Even the heavy metal chicks might have found it too heavy?
The idea is perfect. By using square glitter particles, it should have been harsh and blunt enough to really do remind us of armors. But the glitter is a bit troublesome in that it just isn't very easy to distribute evenly all over the nail. I'm thinking maybe that's part of the idea too, because it made my personal nail plate armor look all ragged and like it has been... ...out to war. Umm.
Enough with the weirdness. This polish is cool. It is. I promise. If you look too close, you may find it pukey looking, though, and I find that it benefits the most from a slight distance.
I'm taking it off in a few minutes. Going to asswiping work tomorrow. I'm in fear. This removal will be... War.
Real kick ass armor, used to belong to the Swedish king Gustav II Adolf, and originally worn as part of the festivities surrounding his wedding with Maria Eleonora in 1620. This is as close as I'll be getting the royal wedding that takes place in Stockholm tomorrow...
Swedish word of the evening:
republikan -noun a person supporting republicanism
Because I'm like that.