On a recent episode of "The Ellen Show," actress Melissa McCarthy was asked about what stunts were difficult for her while filming the movie "The Kitchen." She responded, in all seriousness, that she had the most difficulty trying to keep her purses (or "lady handbags" as she called them) securely on her shoulder during filming of action scenes. Melissa McCarty described how her body and shoulder structure are not conducive to hold straps in place on her shoulder! Of course, as women, we already know this can be a huge problem in our daily lives but we all won't readily admit it; Much less in front of an audience on the Ellen Show! Ha, Ha! Good for Ms. McCarthy to bring the issue up and address it with Ellen!
We're all just human - celebrity or not. We all have various problems and difficulties with our mobility. Isn't is nice to just be reminded of that once it a while? We're all in the same boat ladies! Let's work together to solve our issues, no matter what they might be!
MY company / ABOUT ME
The Purse Gummy® accessory was invented and designed by me, Karen, a mother of 3 who was annoyed by her bag slipping off her shoulder. I experienced the common problem of "bag slippage" for many years, and always wondered "Why doesn't someone invent something to prevent this problem?" One day it hit me, since I had a basic conceptual idea of how to prevent the problem by creating simple friction, that maybe I should tackle the issue with my product design!