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gingerjedi
2nd October 2007, 08:31
My wife was browsing the net in search of a breast pump when she came across this, the customer review is very helpful.:wink

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Medela-Mini-Electric-Breastpump/dp/B000LP1G98/ref=pd_sbs_dscm_1/026-2138750-6856400?ie=UTF8&qid=1191313317&sr=1-1

Troll
2nd October 2007, 08:33
This is a marvellous milking device that performs a valuable function for those mothers who prefer not to bond too closely with their young baby. I'm not sure if Amazon intentionally decided to categorise it under 'Toys and Games', but the nature of its function does makes it quite suitable for recreational purposes. A few minutes on maximum suction makes for an excellent warm-up, before Doreen inserts a small orange into my mouth and tightens her stockings around my neck...:yay::yay:

daviejones
2nd October 2007, 09:02
I almost fell off my chair giggling at this.....:rollin:

alreadypacked
2nd October 2007, 09:08
I almost fell off my chair giggling at this.....:rollin:

My have to re-think my image of you :tongue

ChimpMaster
2nd October 2007, 09:16
This one is even better!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/*****-Coloring-Book-Dee-Corinne/dp/0867193719/ref=cm_cr-mr-title/203-5176549-8487120

EDIT : OK Looks like the mods didn't like that one so the ***** word got blocked out :(

But the link still works :))

n5gooner
2nd October 2007, 09:24
!!!! LOL !!!!! :laugh:laugh:laugh

sasguru
2nd October 2007, 09:33
This one is even better!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/*****-Coloring-Book-Dee-Corinne/dp/0867193719/ref=cm_cr-mr-title/203-5176549-8487120

EDIT : OK Looks like the mods didn't like that one so the ***** word got blocked out :(

But the link still works :))

From the reviews:

" was gutted to find that many of the genitalia on offer were closed, reserved affairs, prompting me to colour in with mostly pink felt-tips. Had there been soused orifices with splaying lips and swollen clitorii, then I would have been able to use all the beautiful colours of the rainbow: Deep reds and veiny purples. Even blushing cerise. No. There are none. Foolishly I tried a few strokes of my Caribbean Green crayola for flair and now I have a useless book full of fetid zombiginas. Disappointing. "

:laugh:laugh
That's cheered up the grey morning.

daviejones
2nd October 2007, 09:53
My have to re-think my image of you :tongue

A few minutes on maximum suction makes for an excellent warm-up, before Doreen inserts a small orange into my mouth and tightens her stockings around my neck...

You have to admit, this conjurs up some ppictures...:hug:

alreadypacked
2nd October 2007, 09:56
But giggling like a school girl, turned me right off :frown

ChimpMaster
2nd October 2007, 10:00
But giggling like a school girl, turned me right off :frown

Ever since you won that poll AP, you've changed. Now you strut around like every man wants you and like you are just so totally the bomb.

And so why Davie is no longer good enough for you :laugh

alreadypacked
2nd October 2007, 10:04
Ever since you won that poll AP, you've changed. Now you strut around like every man wants you and like you are just so totally the bomb.

And so why Davie is no longer good enough for you :laugh

You're wrong TazMaN, Davie knows I am only joking with him, any you should know I was always the bomb :tongue

BA to the Stars
2nd October 2007, 10:07
Read some of the guys other reviews

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/cdp/member-reviews/AZN3ZSQQU3WW5/ref=cm_cr_auth/202-5874729-3413401?ie=UTF8&sort%5Fby=MostRecentReview

Seems like amazon hasn't sussed yet
:freaky:

daviejones
2nd October 2007, 10:14
You're wrong TazMaN, Davie knows I am only joking with him, any you should know I was always the bomb :tongue

Yeah...AP is cool...:tongue

Weltchy
2nd October 2007, 10:21
This one had me in stitches


The Invisible Kid and Dr. Poof's Magic Soap
by Terry Baltz
Edition: Paperback
Availability: Currently unavailable

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
An excellent double-bill, 30 Jul 2007
Of the two stories presented here 'The Invisible Kid' is a pretty decent yarn, but it's 'Dr. Poof's Magic Soap' that really stands out. To this day, I affectionately recall the BBC's serialisation on Jackanory. Merely glancing through the text brings back fond memories of the late Sir Bernard Manning's richly sonorous diction. Anyway, Dr. Poof resides in the mythical kingdom of Homolia, where he is aided by his flamboyant 'assistant' Professor Turd-Burglar. In this particular adventure, he embarks on a quest to retrieve the lost recipe for magic soap and return it to the fairies. There are some terrifying cliff-hangers along the way, notably the scene in which he bends down to pick up the magic soap, without realising that his arch-enemy (Rear Admiral Fudge-Packer) is right behind him.

TheFaQQer
2nd October 2007, 10:29
This one is even better!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/*****-Coloring-Book-Dee-Corinne/dp/0867193719/ref=cm_cr-mr-title/203-5176549-8487120

EDIT : OK Looks like the mods didn't like that one so the ***** word got blocked out :(

But the link still works :))

"This book is just page after page of squiggles. Not a single picture of Bernard Manning, Richard Littlejohn, Paris Hilton, Piers Morgan... I'm tempted to ask for my money back!"

I remember hearing Stephen Fry define "countryside" as "the murder of Piers Morgan" which still makes me smile.

TheFaQQer
2nd October 2007, 10:31
One of the "other viewers looked at..." links is this one (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Electronic-Circuits-Evil-Genius-Electronics/dp/0071448810/ref=pd_sbs_b_5/203-5869591-1953518) - Zeity's obviously been there!

daviejones
2nd October 2007, 10:32
If you're looking for Swiss music (let's face it, aren't we all?) then you will not find anything finer than the work of the legendary Antoine Fluck. When listening to this superb CD, I am always reminded me of a lovely story about Diana Dors. Many years ago she appeared in her home town of Swindon to open a church fete. The Vicar had planned to make an introduction incorporating her real name of 'Diana Fluck', but he got into something of a panic about the pronuciation. In order to prevent an embarassing mistake, he devoted his full attention to the 'l'- determined to enunciate it. Here are his immortal words:

"Ladies and gentlemen, it is with great pleasure that I introduce to you our star guest. We all love her, especially as she is our local girl. I therefore feel it right to introduce her by her real name; Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome the very lovely Miss Diana Clunt."

TheFaQQer
2nd October 2007, 10:35
Ever since you won that poll AP, you've changed.

Yes - according to the editorial about office environment, AP is a he now.

Moscow Mule
2nd October 2007, 10:46
zombiginas

Titter

alreadypacked
2nd October 2007, 12:27
Yes - according to the editorial about office environment, AP is a he now.

:spank:

TheFaQQer
2nd October 2007, 14:23
:spank:

Sorry - not into she-male spanking.

threaded
2nd October 2007, 18:45
Read some of the guys other reviews

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/cdp/member-reviews/AZN3ZSQQU3WW5/ref=cm_cr_auth/202-5874729-3413401?ie=UTF8&sort%5Fby=MostRecentReview

Seems like amazon hasn't sussed yet
:freaky:

That guy is a star!

thunderlizard
2nd October 2007, 19:00
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Makes me proud to be British!
tl

realityhack
2nd October 2007, 19:09
With the clunt colouring book - you can: "Buy this book with The Little Book of Minge Topiary (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Little-Book-Minge-Topiary/dp/1843170515/ref=pd_bxgy_b_text_b/026-6963210-7461242)"


Nearly fell off my chair.:rollin:

castoff101
2nd October 2007, 19:24
This thread is beyond me - don't understand a word of it! :confused:

Andy2
3rd October 2007, 09:45
With the clunt colouring book - you can: "Buy this book with The Little Book of Minge Topiary (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Little-Book-Minge-Topiary/dp/1843170515/ref=pd_bxgy_b_text_b/026-6963210-7461242)"


Nearly fell off my chair.:rollin:

you missed this gem:

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The Little Book of Wanking: The Definitive Guide to Man's Ultimate Relief by Dick Palmer
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The Little Book of Essential Foreign Insults (Little Book of) by Emma Burgess
The Little Book of Chav Speak by Lee Bok

BA to the Stars
3rd October 2007, 09:54
you missed this gem:

Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought

The Little Book of Chav Speak by Lee Bok

Don't forget Lee's brother Ray who wrote "What Not To Wear For Chavs"

TheFaQQer
3rd October 2007, 10:48
Puppetry Of The Penis [2001]

I bought that for my wife one year - it looks incredibly painful, but does come with a handy book of instructions to enable you to do it yourself.

The "Ring" I can do, but I'm not even going to attempt the "Chicken".

DBA_bloke
3rd October 2007, 10:55
That guy's other reviews are even funnier.

e.g. search for ball scratcher (http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/cdp/member-reviews/AZN3ZSQQU3WW5/026-3547884-9177215?ie=UTF8&display=public&page=8)