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    Posted: 17 Dec 2010 at 5:56pm


BTW, that's the balloon boy's dad.
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He is trying to be a poor man's Billy Mays and failing miserably.  This man needs to go away.  No one should encourage him by ordering this thing.  
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I have trees all around my house that I could use.  Free!  Now that's what I'm talking about!
 
 
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That dude is .
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Dude don't quit your day job whatever the Censored that is. No one buy this product, don't encourage the bastard. Thumbs%20Down
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this is my first time seeing this dude, and i already hate him more than 97% of everything else in the world
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Tiz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 Dec 2010 at 6:54pm
Billy Mays hawked some pretty silly products in his day, but I think even he'd turn down this one.
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I'd like to give that guy a deep, deep penetrating scratch inside his colon with that thing.  Cool

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WTF! Is he serious with this? I know I'm always talking about how humans are no better then any other animal, but even WE'RE above rubbing on a fake tree in our house. I'll stick to my hand.
It's ok, I'm in marketing!
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What's next?  A device we can put on  so when we're floating on our backs in the sea we can crack oysters on our tummies?  How about something we can attach to our noses so we can suck ants off a log?  I mean let's just be animals and do animal things!  Woot!!
 
THIS IS NSFW!  LOLLOLLOL
 

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That Radner song is hilarious!
 
 
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Wow.
 
I got thru 50 seconds of that crap until the first "bear roar" then GTF outta there.
 
Itch like a "son of a twitch"?????? Just have some balls & say what we all know you really mean. It's 2010 for Chrissake.
 
If Shadow was still around he'd dick punch the guy for us.
 
I bet burly, hairy, "outdoorsy" type guys might go for something like that just because it's natural wood & is or looks like a tree limb.
 
I've got one of these things....
 
 
.... a back scratcher made of bamboo.
 
It came with my house.
 
 
Great news guys.... With the Air Hawk, flat balls are no longer a problem!!!
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^^^ Jimbo, I have a simiiar back scratcher.
 
That bear thing-y looks ridiculous, but I swear, if Beloved ever saw it, he would order one. and then I'd be forced to whack him upside the head with it! LOL
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Originally posted by Madawee Madawee wrote:

^^^ Jimbo, I have a simiiar back scratcher.
 
That bear thing-y looks ridiculous, but I swear, if Beloved ever saw it, he would order one. and then I'd be forced to whack him upside the head with it! LOL
 
The nice thing about the hand-held back scratcher is that you don't have to drill holes in your walls to mount it.
 
And it's portable.
 
You can take it with you anywhere you may happen to go where you have a tendency to suffer from an itchy back.
 
"Oh dear.... everytime we go to _______________, my back always itches. Better take along the trusty ol' bamboo back scratcher."
 
Couldn't do that with that Bear Scratcher thing.
 
Great news guys.... With the Air Hawk, flat balls are no longer a problem!!!
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I just hope no one uses the post to ease their hemorrhoidal itch.
 
 
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I've found, in a pinch, an emory board makes a fantastic back scratcher. (guys: think sandpaper on a stick). Nice and gritty and gets the job done and you can reach pretty far down your spine!
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

I just hope no one uses the post to ease their hemorrhoidal itch.
 
It occurred to me, as I was talking in my earlier post, about the bamboo back scratcher that came with my house (was left behind by the previous owners), that I hope the people who left didn't do the same thing with it.
 
Inasmuch as I have been using it for over 10 years now.
 
Ewwwwww..... ShockedUnhappy
 
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Originally posted by Madawee Madawee wrote:

I've found, in a pinch, an emory board makes a fantastic back scratcher. (guys: think sandpaper on a stick). Nice and gritty and gets the job done and you can reach pretty far down your spine!
 
A nice, rough towel works, too.
 
 
or one of those loofas.....
 
 
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Great news guys.... With the Air Hawk, flat balls are no longer a problem!!!
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Nothing compares to someone else doing the job.  No matter what kind of inanimate backscratcher you use, for some reason, it's never as satisfying as someone else's fingernails.  I dunno why that is; it just is.
 
 
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^ Agreed, Thor! It's all in the Human Touch!
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Originally posted by Madawee Madawee wrote:

I've found, in a pinch, an emory board makes a fantastic back scratcher. (guys: think sandpaper on a stick). Nice and gritty and gets the job done and you can reach pretty far down your spine!
Yea - I like sandpaper on a baseball bat, or steel wool on a baseball bat..or just some nails driven through the bat...
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Originally posted by Madawee Madawee wrote:

I've found, in a pinch, an emory board makes a fantastic back scratcher. 
So does a pair of scissors.  Or a fork.  But I never use the fork while dining with Her Majesty.  Even though I'm pretty sure SHE uses her fork to scratch her back in between bites of her Heinz Baked Beans on toast.   Cool

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I have rough textured plaster walls in my house that are very convenient back scratchers.
Great news guys.... With the Air Hawk, flat balls are no longer a problem!!!
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

I have rough textured plaster walls in my house that are very convenient back scratchers.
Ohhhhh.....my back feels awful ITCHY, Jimbo!   TongueWinkLOLCool

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Originally posted by Virginia Dare Virginia Dare wrote:

Ohhhhh.....my back feels awful ITCHY, Jimbo!   TongueWinkLOLCool
 
What time shall I expect you, madame?... Wink
 
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