If Russ & Daughters Made Nail Polish
Introducing the latest in carbohydrate-friendly design
The crown jewel in the spring 2012 collection from nail polish company OPI is a color called ‘I Have a Herring Problem.’ The color joins ‘Vampsterdam’ and ‘A Roll in the Hague’ in a new collection inspired by Holland. With both ‘I Have a Herring Problem’ and brunch on the brain, we proudly present the Russ & Daughters nail polish line, unofficial and definitely not kosher.
Lox and Load: Feelin’ kinda Sunday.
Cutting a Rugelach: Because you danced your pants off at whatever-his-name’s bar mitzvah.
Anne of Green Sables: The flame-haired orphan with a wild imagination and a craving for smoked fish.
City by the Bagel: What, that song wasn’t about the Hudson?
ErROEgenous Zone: Hits the spot.
#whitefishproblems: Why should real memes have all the fun?
Oy, Poppy: Jenny from the Bloc.
Babka Streisand: Barbra is back, don’t you watch Glee?
Art by Margarita Korol
Daily rate: $2
Monthly rate: $18
Yearly rate: $180
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