So I got a new broom. I'd always gotten the regular, cheap ones, I'd end up replacing all the time. Sometimes the wood would wear out in the screwy part that connects to the broom part and it would keep coming off as I swept. Is there anything more frustrating? The bristles had worn down and were matted and flattened like a bad hair day.
After sweeping up with the greatest of ease with my cool, new broom yesterday, I set the broom aside next to it's inferior predecessor, and I had to give a little chuckle. What a loser, I thought.
How this guy can even call himself a broom anymore is laughable. It's wooden handle has a slight curve from months of the same sweep, sweep, sweeping motion. Shorter, bristles unkempt, it looks so pathetic next to the new one.
The new Arix broom has sleek shiny black bristles and a rubber bumper to protect your furniture. It stands tall on it's own!
Indeed, my new broom is giving the old one an inferiority complex. I think it would be better to put the old guy out of his misery and put him on balcony duty.