Tag Archives: as seen on tv

Easy Feet

No more bending to clean your feet? That just about says it all. These suckers suction cup to the shower flo0r and scrub-a-dub-dub your little piggies without that huge hassle of bending over to wash them. Because, you know, bending over in the shower can be dangerous. In some contexts. Or perhaps if you are morbidly obese.

So, the question is, are those two populations big enough to sell this item to or is that the reason I found this on the sale table?

Have to admit I am a little temped by the over 1,000 bristles…


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Bread Gloves

This one had me laughing for quite awhile. I LOVE the unleavened option; nice sensitivity to the tribe.

Look at this guys face, he could almost be described as ecstatic. How many shots do you think they had to do before they got this one. Or wait, are those mits photoshopped in?

I can’t wait till they come out with the muffin slippers.

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Believe in God…Instantly


I simply LOVE the addition of the word *instantly*.

Just another one of those precious products that I found on my travels. I love the woman in the picture. Notice the Photoshop rendition of the cross around her neck. Oh my!

And the copy in the yellow circle ‘miraculously PEPPER-minty faith-enhancing breathspray’ The As Seen on TV logo gives this sucker some serious validity.

Really now! Surrender yourself to a higher power and never feel alone again?

All that in a handy pocket-sized breath spray. AND you get good breath as an added bonus. What more could one ask? 

One question, though. Can you really TM the phrase Believe in God? I find that hard to believe.

Do you think they sell these at religious institutions?

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