Whilst browsing for stuff to review on Amazon recently, I stumbled across a truly incredible item.
The Thumbs Up Humunga Tongue
It speaks for itself really, so I won’t editorialise, but I feel I must point out the ‘frequently bought together’ area of the page.
It would seem that customers who purchase the Thumbs Up Humunga Tongue for their dog, also see fit to buy the Doggie Hoots Grinning Lips and the Doggy Hoots Clown Lips.
There are some unfortunate, suped up dogs out there.
Speaking of dog related products (and I rarely do, so let’s take advantage of this unique moment in time) I also spotted this dog ramp.
At first it looks like a trick to get unsuspecting dogs into your car. But the blurb assures us that it is only to be used for dogs that you know and own.
Anyway, what was interesting about it for me, was the ‘What Do Customers Ultimately Buy After Viewing This Item?’ area of the page.
2% of people have done this – Right, I need a dog ramp. Ok, let’s have a look at these dog ramps. Hmm, they’re nice. But on second thoughts I think I’ll buy Mamma Mia on DVD.
I know not many people have done it, but it’s an interesting niche.
My last foray into the world of dog paraphernalia today is this interestingly named book.
I have nothing to add, I just like the name.
And finally, I’d like to leave you with an excerpt from a letter I saw in yesterday’s London Paper, on the subject of the chaos caused by all the snow.
The person writing it hypothesised that the reason for said chaos was “because the council have spent all my tax on the Olympics and not grit”
Like it’s an either / or situation.
And do we really need £12billion of grit? I would argue that would be an even worse mismanagement of funds.