Matching gas masks optional
TwoDaLoo is one commodious commode. It's the "first toilet two people can use at the exact same time," says the Web site for
the seller, WiseRep.com, and "brings couples closer together." But you'll have to be flush with cash to buy a TwoDaLoo: It
costs $1,400, and the company only takes orders of a dozen or more at a time. Concerned about indelicate noises or just want
to multitask? An "upgraded version" includes a TV and an iPod docking station.
Just don't share your toothbrush
These devices look identical, and both are said to "trim, taper, and style any length hair like a pro." They're sold in the
same catalog, Dr. Leonard's. But the one on the left is said to be for people and costs $12.99; the one on the right is said
to be for animals and costs $7.99. We asked a Dr. Leonard's customer-service rep about the difference. "Do you want to know
my opinion?" she replied. "In my opinion, there is no difference, so definitely go for the cheaper one." You now have permission
to use Trim-A-Pet to groom a two-legged friend.
Next, warnings on necklaces?
A reader who bought a camera neck strap was dumbfounded by the first precaution. "For crying out loud," he said. "It's a neck
A Black Hole Award...
Goes to Palmer's Too Tall Bunny, which, a Michigan reader documented, is not at all too tall for its false-bottomed box.
You use Create A Commie magic hair wand to add Lenin's goatee, say, to a hairless face. It's even made in China. But we're
hoping to see Create A Capitalist. We can't wait to try a Donald Trump hair wand.