In these challenging economic times, budgets for residents of New York City’s East Village may become restrained – and even require cutbacks in essential areas once thought untouchable.
Case and point: the dishwasher.
Some view the dishwasher as a water-wasting environmental nightmare that costs much more to buy, run and maintain than it ever provides in return.
In response, we give you the East Village dishwasher.
A furry creature with bonus fertilizer capabilities, this dishwasher will lick your dishes clean and not think twice about jetting to the Tompkins Square Park Dog Run.
January 5th, 2009
Entry Filed under: East Village, New York City