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April 01, 2011

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Sam

"Miracle breakthrough in spilled condiment relocation."

?? That's got to be a special non-stick worktop. But.... why? WHY?

Anna

Miracle breakthrough in spilled condiment relocation

But does it work on new white shirts?

Anna

And I'm not entirely sure what's happening here.

The boy on the right can't find his sock, obviously. :)

David

“But.... why? WHY?”

I think you’re missing the diabolical genius of it. Instead of simply wiping up your spilled ketchup or mayonnaise, say with a paper towel, you can now sneak it into the neighbours’ house and deposit the incriminating sticky blob – perfectly intact - on their kitchen surface or expensive couch. If you want to get next door’s kids into trouble - or the husband or the dog - it’s the perfect tool.

Anna

or the dog.

A high-tech pooper scoop?

Kevin B

The last one is Sarkosy and Cameron planning the Lybyan kinetic wossname.

WTP

"Miracle breakthrough in spilled condiment relocation."

But does it work on tell-tale nuclear waste?

TimP

Just a small correction; "Rite in the Rain" paper has been available since the 1920's; it's more typically designed for outdoors use rather than the shower though. http://riteintherain.com/

Ralph

Can yours do this?

I like the idea that the readers of your blog all own monster trucks.

David

TimP,

Thanks for that.


Ralph,

“I like the idea that the readers of your blog all own monster trucks.”

Hey, I can’t prove otherwise.

But one day I’ll figure out just who the hell you people are.

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