Jun 13, 2009

Maintain yuh dignity!



My favorite is the "lady" who's been allowed to maintain her "dignity" by this revolutionary invention.

From dlisted, of course.

10 comments:

larry said...

open your eyes,nancy! its my magic wiping wand!

sam said...

it's the new Snuggie! what an awesome party accessory. i can't wait for the onslaught of photos :-D

yeah i think you're gonna make more of a mess with that thing.

Scooter said...

And for a really good clean, one can use sandpaper!!!

thombeau said...

Oh, Jason, you've always got the goods!

Salty Miss Jill said...

This reminds me of the 'Simpsons' epsiode where Homer had to clean himself with a rag on a stick.
Nice how it's marketed towards people with OCD, too.

Stuart said...

Buy this and "The Keeper" for a fabulous gift combo!

Elizabeth said...

Questions:
1. So what in the world happened to toilet paper in "the 1880s!"? Is that when they put it on a roll? Just wondering......
2. Who washes the Comfort Wipe and can they maintain their dignity while doing so?

TJB said...

"Being a big guy has its advantages. And its disadvantages."

Such as being too damn fat to wipe your own ass? This is too, too funny.

Kim Hambric said...

I thought that was what the Swiffer Duster was for.

Ladrón de Basura (a.k.a. Junk Thief) said...

"Lost your range of motion." That is a great song, book or blog title. My imagination was going wild as I heard those descriptions and testimonials, but I kept telling my imagination to shut up.

Best quote: "Being a big guy has its advantages...and its disadvantages."

One hundred years of toilet paper? When will we see that centennial celebration?