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May 22, 2008

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John D

It does exactly what it says on the tin. :)

JuliaM

Look at the complexity of the control pad! :0

David

What could *possibly* go wrong...?

AntiCitizenOne

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longshot

lol I'm seriously thinking about getting one now.

Anna

From the product link -
http://www.thefactoryoutlet.com/bath/bidet/looloo-bidet-10048.asp

"The word bidet was first used in the 213th century to refer to the pet ponies kept by the French royalty. During the 1213th century the Europeans developed a porcelain cleaning device for contraceptive and purgative (cathartic) uses, which was called a bidet for its shape resembled those ponies."

It's from the future, people.

clazy

Imagine what it would do to your water bill. "What's clazy doing in there for so long?"

David

I’m still figuring out how to secure crash mats to the bathroom ceiling.

JuliaM

Well, say what you like about the Koreans' lack of embarassment, I bet their museums don't feel a need to cover up naked mummies!

http://thylacosmilus.blogspot.com/2008/05/ive-never-seen-mummy-look-like-this.html

The Thin Man

Pah! - water based cleaning systems are for wimps.

For that special "workshop fresh" feel, I prefer the Black and Decker "Clagg-Gone" with its patented orbital head and high temperature tungsten tipped side grinder. Though I have had acceptable results with the Ronco "Sluice-o-Matic 2000" with high drain funnels and recirculating foot-spa attachment.

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