Anyway, I'd seen them referenced before, but I didn't know that lamps made from actual puffer-fish were a real thing until I went to Hawaii, and there they were, just hanging out one night while Shane and I were having dinner. I'd like to say that the following story is because I had way too many Mai-Tais while we were on the beach, but I didn't. My imagination really is this warped. So with that in mind, I present to you "The Curious Case of Mr. Puff."
|Dining by the light of a taxidermied pufferfish!|
Suddenly, Mr. Puff was jerked up and out of the water, away from his home and friends in Bikini Bottom. It was hot and dry and Mr. Puff didn't like this new place at all.
|Mr. Puff as part of the aesthetic team at LuLu's.|
|A pufferfish in his more wistful moments, thinking of home.|
But every so often, when the trade winds calm ever so much, Mr. Puff turns his gaze out to sea and remembers his old life in Bikini Bottom, and for a few moments, he's plaintive. Then the trade winds pick up once again, and it's back to work for Mr. Puff.