Back to the Shark Tank. Man, it’s the gift that keeps on giving. Under The Weather pods are a personal tent for watching games and enjoying the outdoors without weather worries. They look a little silly, but seem really practical. Writing about them kind of made me want one.
I like that this had a few different usage occasions, but I primarily focused on sports. The lines can get a little all over the place if I try to write for too many people at once. Almost feels like cheating.
Here are 101 lines about Under The Weather Pods:
|It only seems silly until it rains
|The perfect accompaniment for rain delays
|You can’t cheer when you’re holding an umbrella
|You’ll get over the silly looks as soon as you feel how warm it is.
|This beats sitting on metal bleachers any day
|The surprisingly delightful way to watch outdoor games
|Bye bye bugs, rain and annoying other team fans
|It’s hard to cheer when you’re cold & wet
|Come on in. The weather is perfect.
|Consider it a really big umbrella, that protects you any type of weather
|Leave the umbrellas and thick jackets at home
|Even keeps you dry for the Gatorade dunk
|They snickered when I opened up my pod, but when it started to rain…
|For parents tired of sitting in the rain & cold
|Sitting in the rain is dumb
|Rain, rain, go away. I’ll stay dry & watch them play.
|It’s cold out there, but not here.
|The weather protector for sports fans
|Warn your kids. You’re going to make the other parents jealous.
|So comfortable, you may not even notice how boring the game is.
|Don’t let a little thing like a rain delay stop your fun
|Stay warm, stay happy
|The private tent for daytime games
|Plant yourself in the winner’s circle
|The secret to enjoying outdoor sports
|The front-row, ground-floor, skybox
|Your fair-weather friend
|You cheer louder when you’re warm & dry
|A true sign of a winner
|The goods news for sports fans who hate bad weather
|Where the weather is always beautiful
|Warm & dry, win or lose
|Cheering in the cold is for suckers
|First they’ll think you’re being silly. Then they’ll be jealous when it rains.
|Even if you have an umbrella, you still need something to keep your seat dry
|If the coach benches your kid, it’s because he’s jealous of how warm you are
|How to cheer in comfort
|Look at those poor fools who think an umbrella will keep them dry during the game
|The only thing it’s missing is a private bathroom
|Make sure every game-day has perfect weather
|Hide from the other fans you don’t like
|Bring your fandom to a whole new level
|Helping fans stay dry, so they can cheer their team to victory
|Cheering in a pod is cheering in comfort
|Bye bye, bleacher butt
|You’ll be the smartest one at the game
|Pop a pod and enjoy the game.
|Make unpredictable weather obsolete
|Like a private suite for outdoor games
|The luxury suite for one
|The individual comfort pod for outdoor sports
|The fun sized luxury suite for outdoor sports
|Feel like you’re in Florida, even if you’re in Chicago
|It’s like a minivan for watching sports. It may not be cool, but it sure is practical.
|Sports fans! Stay dry!
|Stay dry during rain delays
|Root, root, root for the dry team
|Weather protection for fair-weather fans
|It’s like having a thermostat set to win
|Yes, it alienates you from the other parents a little, but is that really such a bad thing?
|If a luxury suite and camping tent a baby, it would be this
|Climate control for outdoor games
|Now with mesh ventilation. So go ahead and load up on that tailgate chili.
|As dry as the eye of a hurricane
|Link ’em together. It’s pod-y time!
|The perfect home for the introverted sports fan
|Put the freeze on the opposing team – and keep it outside
|Watch the game from your perfect little bubble
|Damp and freezing is no way to enjoy a game
|Protect your skin, control your temperature, save your butt
|A simple way to stay warm and dry while you cheer
|Insulate your game face
|Stay warm in any game condition
|This automatically makes you the smartest parent on the team
|Just because everyone else is sitting in the rain, doesn’t mean it’s not dumb
|Never worry about game day conditions again
|The warm & dry rally box
|The best accessory for victory
|The ultimate sports fan accessory
|It also doubles as a secret crying chamber in case your team loses
|Stay 30 degrees warmer during winter games
|The hands-free umbrella for spectating
|Prepare to be asked, “hey, where’d you get that thing?”
|Become a fair-weather fan
|Where soccer moms stay warm & dry
|Games are more fun when you’re comfortable
|Become the soccer mom everyone is jealous of
|So long, heavy coats and windburn
|How to stay dry during any game conditions
|Cheer from the comfort of your own bubble
|Doesn’t matter if you forgot your umbrella. You’ll stay dry all day long.
|Its always warm & dry in here
|Checking the weather before games is for other people
|The warm, dry, and comfortable way to watch any game outdoors
|Change the way you cheer your teams
|Cheer ’em on without ch-ch-chattering teeth
|Warm up your victory dance
|Keep in the heat, let your cheer
|Where the stands are always 72 & sunny
|Is it sillier to sit inside a nice, warm pod? or freeze your butt off outside?
Overall. Not bad! This was a nice way to kick off the 30’s. I recycled a few themes but not so much that it became repetitive. Most are on brand, too.
Lessons: I was able to knock out 70 in the first pass, which made the last run fly by. It was nice not feeling burdened like I had a lot left. Sometimes that can weigh on me. I was able to look back at a solid run and punch up a few themes that weren’t quite finished.
Time: 1:00. The first 70 lines took about 45 minutes. The rest came easy.