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The Flexi Crevice Tool… November 24, 2009

Posted by Lauren Cooke in Life, Chatter & Politics, Wordy Business.
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Sometimes life is just plain odd… but this little oddity made me laugh.

Ben is a little terrified, as I am sure we all have been at some point, of the strange associations that the Amazon “other people who purchased this also bought…” tool recommends. Whereas we are all familiar with the strange things this tool throws up, such as people who buy books about fluffy bunnies also enjoy reading books about a boating in the south of France (I made that one up…), the suggestion today was a little odder.

As Ben happily browsed Amazon’s well-stocked shelves, he was informed that other people looking at the same item had also had a tendency towards buying the rather ominously named “Flexi Crevice Tool”. Good god, he though, what could this terrifying item be? A strange and intimate sex toy? Perhaps a flexible tool for performing an enema? I must be honest, us dirty minded souls went through a whole host of possibilities.

Until, that is, we looked at the product. A useful little attachment for a Dyson. Now – who woulda thought?!

Dyson Flexi Crevise Tool

Dyson Flexi Crevice Tool (Ooh eh?!)



1. Caroline - November 25, 2009

Is it worrying that I think that’s pretty darned cool?

(Ooh, and hey, check me out – actual having time to read someone’s blog! :D)

2. Marta - November 25, 2009

That’s really cool.
Nice blog!

Love from Paris

3. amandzing - December 2, 2009

um…what’s a dyson?

Lauren Cooke - December 5, 2009

A fancy vacuum cleaner!

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