Okay -- here are some answers to your comments. Keep 'em coming.
Mary wrote in to tell us what a pounce wheel was and what it does: Even though I think you're kidding...one would use a pounce wheel to trace something to make a pattern- so to copy a pattern, or in this case just create one from the existing pants pieces without having to actually take them apart. It makes a line of little holes on the pattern paper which you can cut out. They are very fun to play with and bother people with, too, because it's a weird feeling, like little spurs or something that doctors test reflexes with or whatever.
Mary, we think you're kinky. And we wish we were kidding all along -- but no, we never figured out what a pounce wheel was and waited all week for your note. If we were allowed to, we'd send you a pounce wheel of your very own for answering the question, but technically -- it'd be giving a prize, and that would involve everyone signing things and the drafting of rules. At any rate, in our minds (and in yours) -- you've won a pounce wheel. No, no, a chocolate pounce wheel.
And this came from several of you, and we hang our head in shame over it: Hey Guys, In the Rate the Runway section, you have Kevin's name for the dress that Rami made and vice versa. How could you get that wrong? Everyone was worried that Kevin wouldn't finish the "shorts" on time.
We did fix this. And we wish we could blame an intern or something. But see, here's the thing, you may have noticed that the site is new, and doesn't really look so much like the rest of the site. It turns out that everything behind the site, the makework of it all, is MUCH more user friendly if you're AT ALL adept at using a computer. And we're...essentially, typists....so sometimes, we can't figure out how to plug the right thing into the right thing. And sometimes...that goes poorly around here. Thanks for letting us know. And Kevin, Rami, we're sorry. We suggest, that when you see mistakes like this -- that you please share it with us, and then do what all the IT guys in the building do -- choose to find it charming.