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Of course I do NOT!

But some people have to. Wash themselves with a rag on a stick, I mean. And it’s not polite to laugh. In front of them.

The whole rag on a stick phenomenon began as simple cartoony fun on a Simpsons episode. Imagine my amused horror when this concept became a frightful reality.

Homies, may I present:

The Comfort Wipe (formerly Rag on a Stick™)

This revolutionary product allows you to “easily reach with comfort.” Reach where? Oh, I think you know.


Please read on:

For over a hundred years we’ve been using toilet tissues the same old way.

Toilet paper has been around for 100 years? Huh. And before that, what: corncobs? Regardless, who knew there was something OTHER than “the same old way” to use toilet paper?

The Comfort Wipe grabs and holds the toilet tissue in perfect positions so you can easily wipe yourself.

Oh. OK, but I have hands that can do that too.

When you’re done, just dispense the soiled tissue right in the toilet with the press of a button. It’s perfect for everyone, especially if you have trouble easily reaching because of physical limitations. Now you’ll never have to touch a dirty toilet tissue!

OK, physical limitations aside, just what do these people think we’ve been doing with our toilet paper? I don’t know about you, but one of the first things I learned as a toilet-trained toddler was how NOT to hold the toilet paper. Is anyone out there actually holding the dirty part? You’re doing it wrong!

Comfort Wipe extends your reach a full 18″ while the anatomical design follows the contours of your body for perfect cleaning.

Just how does Comfort Wipe know the contours of my body? Does it come with a special attachment for the large-butted woman? I’m just sayin’. All butts are different.

Look, I’m sure this product would be helpful to people with physical limitations or those who don’t understand the concept of NOT holding the dirty part of the toilet paper, but otherwise . . . there are way better other products on a stick out there:


  • What’s YOUR favorite _____ on a stick?
  • Do you prefer Comfort Wipe or Rag on a Stick?
  • Would you buy a JD Head on a Stick?

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53 Responses to “I Wash Myself with a Rag on a Stick”

  1. 1 Kelly

    Being an expert user of toilet toilet (i.e., I know better than to touch the dirty part), I’d never given anything thought to using either the Comfort Wipe or the Rag on a Stick. The latter is a much more interesting and descriptive name… the former being for wimps only.

    I don’t know if I’d BUY a JD Head on a Stick… but I certainly wouldn’t turn one down as a festive holiday gift!

    Kelly’s last blog post..Fractal No. 48

  2. 2 absepa

    (I’m going to try to be delicate here.) My fear with this product is that I would lose some of the, um, tactile feedback that I naturally have with my hand, and wipe WAY too hard. With a big, plastic stick. I don’t like to think about it too much.

    absepa’s last blog post..Why does it seem like everyone is turning into my grandmother?

  3. 3 Barb - WillThink4Wine

    This is kind of like the Warning Tag on a hair dryer… advising you NOT to take it into the shower with you. Apparently, that has been a problem. Who knew?

    Barb – WillThink4Wine’s last blog post..sarah smile

  4. 4 unfinishedrambler

    I thought you had issues, but then I looked at Kathy’s video. You know what? You both have issues and I’m sure you’re both going to have fun at BlogHer. BlogHer attendees, prepare yourselves for the wackiness that is Kathy and JD. :)

    unfinishedrambler’s last blog post..WTF (Mostly) Wordless Wednesday #25: Being Kreativ

  5. 5 Ilana

    I was telling my roommate about this amazing new product (my birthday is coming up!) but forgot the name of it, so the conversation went something like this:

    Me: Can you buy me that butt-wiping stick? It looks awesome.
    Her: What are you talking about?
    Me: I think it’s called a Clean Sweep or something.
    Her: A Cleansweep is a broom from Harry Potter.
    Me: Oh. That would be cool, too.

    She thinks I’m nuts, but who cares! As long as I have my Comfort Wipe, I’m golden.

    By the way, the best part of that commercial is when Obese “I can’t wipe my own behind” Man says, “Being a big guy has its benefits.” Really? And exactly what would those be? The inability to perform basic hygienic functions? Being justified in paying $19.99 + S&H for a butt stick? I’m still wondering.

    Ilana’s last blog post..Technical Difficulties

  6. 6 Daisy the Curly Cat

    Well, I do not know too much about TP on a stick, but it somehow seems shaped not quite right. I mean, if somebuddy is too big to reach “down there,” I’m not sure that thing would fit. Or is it really more about not getting the hands dirty?

    It’s much easier just to poopie in a box of sand and then paw some other sand over it. Just sayin’.

    Daisy the Curly Cat’s last blog post..Photo Editing Magic

  7. 7 Regan

    I like deep fried twinkie on a stick.

    I prefer the Comfort Wipe. I mean, would you rather want to wipe your butt with something comfortable or a ‘rag’ or a stick? I mean, it makes it sound like they found a dirty towel and glued it to a random twig. However, the Comfort Wipe sounds like it’s made from the plushed of fabrics and a comfortable, butt formfitting stick that makes wiping much easier to access.

    Of course I would buy a JD head on a stick!!!

    Regan’s last blog post..Girl Scout Cookies

  8. 8 Grace

    I think the most disturbing thing in that whole post was the audience at the “Wigs on a Stick” show. The rest – just amusingly strange, tho I do admit I did not click on the food on a stick link. I don’t think I’m properly prepared for that. I’m afraid there might be fried Milky Ways on a stick.

    Grace’s last blog post..Filthadelphia – Will I ever get over being offended by the trash-strewn streets?

  9. 9 Tracy

    A few years ago, somebody on a parenting board I post at wanted advice on how to help her school age son get himself completely clean so he didn’t have skidmarks/odor.

    She described him has having “t-rex arms and a deep crevice”

    That image has haunted me ever since.

    Tracy’s last blog post..Why do people eat too much

  10. 10 Anne

    I can’t imagine. How does someone do the marketing on something like that? It actually looks very similar to something I have for cleaning the toilet. Maybe multi-purpose?

    Anne’s last blog post..Appliance Mishap and We Have a Winner

  11. 11 C.B.Jones

    I saw the commercial for this a few days again, and promptly went brain dead a few minutes after it was over.

    BTW, you gained 76 cool points for the classic Simpson’s reference, and for the laid back use of the phrase “homies”.

    C.B.Jones’s last blog post..For everything else, there’s bad karma.

  12. 12 Meghann

    *giant shudder* I don’t need it, but if I did, I would rather chew my arm off than use something like that….come to think of it, if I needed something like that, I COULD just chew my arm off and use that…problem solved!

    Meghann’s last blog post..New Bracelet!

  13. 13 Jenny @ Bingo

    Maybe some people need it but I can use the toilet paper properly so I don’t think I need a stick.

    Jenny @ Bingo’s last blog post..Fall in love with Cupid’s Free Bingo

  14. 14 JD

    Kelly: So, I’ll put you down for one Holiday JD Head, then? Really, they’re so cheap, it’s almost the same as a gift. I agree: Rag on a Stick is more for people who just want to get in and out. No fancy “comfort” or “ease.”

    absepa: HAHAHA! Oh, that’s good. “Tactile feedback.” I love it. Yup, I know exactly what you mean. I need that too. You can do a lot of damage with a big, hard stick. So I’ve heard.

    Barb – WillThink4Wine: Count me in as one of the many who didn’t know. And who wishes she still didn’t know.

    unfinishedrambler: Well said, my friend. Indeed, we both have issues. Combined, either our issues will cancel each other out or we’ll get to BlogHer and the whole place will go up in smoke.

    Ilana: Oh, god, I’m cracking up. I knew you guys wouldn’t let me down. Now I want a Clean Sweep AND a butt stick. Any big guys out there? What are the benefits, please?

    Daisy the Curly Cat: I agree. Those people who try to toilet-train cats have it backwards. PEOPLE should be using litterboxes, then we wouldn’t have to worry about sticks or toilet paper or hands or ANYthing.

    Regan: Wooo! That’s one solid order for a JD Head on a Stick. I think you should be writing copy for the Comfort Wipe people. Imagine how many people who’ve been using dirty towels and random twigs could be persuaded to try the Comfort Wipe based on your lovely description!

    Grace: I’m pretty sure there was a fried Milky Way on a stick—and so much more. I don’t quite understand why people would sit and watch some wigs on sticks. Maybe the warmup band was really good?

    Tracy: Oh. my. god. You people! Stop! “A deep crevice”??? No way. Now it’s my turn to be haunted.

    Anne: Definitely multi-purpose. You could also use it to clean those hard-to-reach ceiling cobwebs.

    C.B.Jones: Oooh, thanks for the cool points, homey (did it work a second time?)

    Meghann: Well, aren’t you the practical one? I would think the fingers-shaped scoop on your new arm-stick would work much better than some special contoured wiping thingie.

    Jenny @ Bingo: Good for you. I learned how to use TP properly too, so no butt stick needed here.

  15. 15 Kathy

    I’m crying at these comments. Especially this: “She described him has having “t-rex arms and a deep crevice”

    I have to go. People are looking at me.

    Kathy’s last blog post..Being a Dumbass is Expensive

  16. 16 kathcom

    And I was feeling peeved that I got an email from Environmental Working Group that I (along with everyone else, apparently) use too much toilet paper. I smell a post coming on. God, that was a whole bowl of wrong.

    Do these people take their sticks with them when they visit friends? Do they use a pool cue case to be discreet, then take it to the john with them?

    kathcom’s last blog post..Still More Quotes of the Day

  17. 17 Natural

    you know what, JD? i can’t even comment because i won’t be able to behave myself.

    i just want to know what am i going to do with a 20 cases of…cough. overnight shipping is the best!

    um i’m slightly jealous that in this economy that people can even afford toilet paper. the sunday newspaper has many uses i tell ya, except for those darn glossy inserts. they ain’t good for sh**!

    Natural’s last blog post..Why Wait, Buy Now!

  18. 18 Jen

    I rather like the idea of wiping myself with a rag on a stick. Do you know where we can get these?

    Jen’s last blog post..Juicy Couture Blake Quilted Nylon Bag

  19. 19 flit

    I don’t know which is funnier – the article or the comments.

    In Victoria BC, there was a place that had frozen chocolate covered cheesecake on a stick …. it cost about $3.00 more than if you just bought a slice of cheesecake sans stick. I didn’t have either, of course, since I am only allowed 1000 calories a day – was not inclined to use all of them up in one snack.

    As to the tp on a stick… uh, no….I do believe I shall pass on that one too.

    flit’s last blog post..Sulking

  20. 20 dcr

    I like sparklies on a stick, but they don’t make the sticks long enough and your fingers get burnt sometimes. Maybe the Comfort Wipe could be a Comfort Sparklies Holder? You can still wave it around and have all the fun, but without flying bits of burning metal burning your skin like micro hot shrapnel.

    I also enjoy cheesecake on a stick.

    At any rate, the Comfort Wipe is environmentally irresponsible and only encourages people to use more toilet paper because people will no longer be afraid of getting their hands dirty. But, maybe you can use it to hold your washable cloth wipes.

    dcr’s last blog post..Psychedelic Blog Post

  21. 21 Jeff

    Ok, if I’m going to have to wash a stupid plastic butt wiper thingy every time (because there’s no way it’s not going to end up being smeared with poo), I might as well skip the toilet paper altogether and just wipe with my bare hand and wash that instead. I know, that makes no sense at all, but then either does the Comfort Wipe.

    Jeff’s last blog post..Wordless Wednesday

  22. 22 Puglette

    it extends 18 inches?? my god! who needs an extra 18 inches to use ass wipe!?

    i read on some back to nature craft blog about a woman who decided that she could save money and the evironment if her family used rags instead of toilet paper. no flushing involved. just take a nice fluffy clean rag from the stack, wipe what needs wiping and toss the used rag in a dirty diaper basket. she went on and on about how fabulous this system was and she only had to wash shitty rags once a day. she even had pictures of her small child sitting on the toilet with the clean rags on one side and a dirty basket on the other.

    i really had no idea there was such a large market behind behinds.

    thank you for another thought provoking post!!

    Puglette’s last blog post..My First Days on the New Job

  23. 23 cardiogirl

    (mouth gapes open)

    I swear I thought this was a joke. Seriously. I had to click on the link to watch the commercial.

    Um, no words. I have no words.

    cardiogirl’s last blog post..The book of questions, Volume 48

  24. 24 JD

    Kathy: I know. What is it about butt sticks that brings out the funny in people? CREVICE!

    kathcom: Good question! I’m not sure that a pool cure could sufficiently grab and then drop the toilet paper. But what the hell. If you’re desperate, you could make it work. Now stop using so much TP!

    Natural: Behave? When have you ever behaved? My husband was floored when I told him how much TP I go thru in one week. “I’m a girl! I need it!” Also I drink a lot of water. So I might be looking into this newspaper idea of yours.

    Jen: I’m guessing the best rags on a stick are the ones you make yourself! See Regan’s comment above: simply find some old gross towel, tie it to a random twig, and voila!

    flit: Definitely the comments. Give these people a funny commercial, a butt stick, and watch them go. Mmmm. I’ve had cheesecake on a stick and it is SO much better than it’s non-sticked counterpart. I’m sorry you couldn’t partake.

    Jeff: HAHAHAHA! RIGHT! It would be all smeared with poo—how could it not be? Or even if it wasn’t, you know there would be particles. I wash my hands so thoroughly after using TP that I don’t see much difference with just using my hand and then washing it. Hmmm.

    Puglette: Probably that big guy in the commercial! What I’m wondering about is the contoured part. It’s not nearly curvy enough to fit around my butt. As for that woman and her shitty rags—well done? I don’t know. There’s a limit, I think. Tho wiping my butt with a nice, soft, clean rag does sound rather nice.

    dcr: I like sparklies too, but in my part of the country we call them sparklers. And I once burned my entire hand setting one alight. Wow, so Puglette was right! Those cloth wipes really do exist. And they’re so pretty! But I’m sorry, they MUST stink. How can they not?

    cardiogirl: I know. It’s like an SNL commercial. I expect Alec Baldwin to pop up.

  25. 25 absepa

    Re: Puglette’s comment: I bet that woman’s family hates her. You know they just wish they could have their tp back. No one likes having to go to the bathroom anyway, but to do so with a big bucket of poopy rags in there is just gross.

    absepa’s last blog post..Why does it seem like everyone is turning into my grandmother?

  26. 26 Stephanie Barr

    As a mother of one barely potty trained (who either uses no toilet paper or the whole roll) and a child in diapers, and asan overweight (at least) woman, I’m going to say those flushable wipes are the best but I have yet to resort to reaching implements.

    I would not like a JD’s head on a stick because (a) I like her head where it is and (b) I’m a low maintenance person and wouldn’t want to be curling its hair all the time.

    As for my favorite on-a-stick item, if it’s not Jose-Jalepeno-on-a-stick, it has to be Zombie-Head-On-A-Stick. (Feel free to check other zombie references on here and here.)

    Stephanie Barr’s last blog post..For Aron: Questions of Love

  27. 27 Trade Show Guru

    Hi JD,
    It’s a good thing I follow your blog or I’d never know about these products I can’t live without. Now I know what I want from Santa… not. Ughhhh…
    The only thing I can imagine belonging on a stick is a marshmallow for a s’more. Holding my hand over the fire doesn’t work very well. ~ Steve

    Trade Show Guru’s last blog post..Belated Happy Fathers Day

  28. 28 babs - beetle

    Oh I’m late to this show!

    I’m sorry, but if this ‘poo-on-a-stick’ thing is going to work it needs to be more ‘L’ shaped, unless you want to fall over squatting! I think it would probably be better at spreading than cleaning! EEEEEUUCKKKK!
    If somebody truly has problems reaching that spot, then why not aim a nice hot shower jet at it once you’ve finished? better still, invest in a bidet!

    As for the JD head on a stick – Why Kathy? ;)

    babs – beetle’s last blog post..Celebrations and Jubilations!

  29. 29 Preston

    OH JD!!

    I would love to see Scrapple on a Stick. I’ve been asking for it forever!

    How about calling the product The Butt Whip? Sounds more fun.

    And I’d buy a JD on a stick as long as it was mad from the same stuff as gummy bears or swedish fish.

    Preston’s last blog post..Perez Hilton Is A Jackass

  30. 30 Tiggy

    Does it vibrate?

    Tiggy’s last blog post..Pirats of the Caribbean

  31. 31 Jay

    “Is anyone out there actually holding the dirty part? You’re doing it wrong!” ROFL ROFL ROFL!!

    No kidding!

    The ancient Romans used to use sponges on a stick. Everyone used the same sponge, which was kept in a hole in a stone next to the bit you um … sat upon. Or hovered over. Whatever. I believe they filled the sponge hole with vinegar.


  32. 32 Lola

    Have you heard about the new taste sensation at the Taste of Chicago? Popcorn On A Stick. Popcornsicle. Garrett’s popcorn (regular or cheese) and caramel, flash frozen in liquid nitrogen. (The caramel and the cheese, just the thought of it makes me want to hurl.) Sounds interesting. I’m not going to the Taste, but if you are, check it out.

    Lola’s last blog post..IL Budget Crisis – 50% Doomsday Budget – Please Contact IL Legislators

  33. 33 JD

    absepa: I bet you’re right. They probably secretly sneak TP into the bathroom. Who’s gonna know? The evidence has been flushed away!

    Trade Show Guru: Oh, yes, you definitely need a stick of some sort for s’mores. Unless you make them over the gas burner on your stove, in which case a fork works very nicely (I’ve heard).

    Stephanie Barr: Flushable wipes make sense to me. Butt stick does not. I’ll look into making JD Head’s with already-curled hair. I’m sure there’s a market for that.

    babs – beetle: EEEEEWWWWWWWWW!!! Boy, you’ve really thought this through, haven’t you?!?!?! HAHAHAHA. “Poo-in-a-stick.” Anyway, yes: just hop in the shower for a quick blast or get a bidet. That’s even LESS waste than the stupid Comfort Wipe.

    Preston: Hmmm. I’ll have to look into a Gummy JD Head on a Stick. I’m pretty sure it’s feasible. I’ve never had scrapple, but it sounds kind of dodgy. But if it were on a stick, I’m sure I’d like it. “Butt Whip” sounds WAY better than Comfort Wipe or even Rag on a Stick. I would totally buy a Butt Whip (but probably not use it in the bathroom).

    Tiggy: Ooooh! You guys are coming up with great ideas. A vibrating Butt Whip (see above) would sell out in seconds. I’m contacting the Comfort Wipe people right now.

    Jay: EWWW! is right! Thank God I’m not an ancient Roman. THE SAME SPONGE??? God, no wonder they all died of the plague or whatever.

    Lola: Hmmm. The caramel popcorn sounds intriguing. I would eat that frozen on a stick but probably not the regular or cheese kind. I’m not going to Taste either (too hot, too many people, too much temptation), but I’ll pass along the recommendation.

  34. 34 Shieldmaiden1196

    I once saw a catalog that was, lets say, geared toward folks that might have physical issues necessitating butt cleaning sticks and whatnot. They also had a portable ‘bidet’ that basically looked like a bleach bottle with a spray nozzle on it, so you could ‘hose yourself down’. Though how you’d dry yourself off remains a mystery.

    The catalog also offered extra large towels and special wicking you could stick in your bra to diffuse swampy underboob.

    Shieldmaiden1196’s last blog post..Albany Axes Adverbs

  35. 35 sara@ Writers Needed- Make $500 a day

    ohhhhhhh, Heeel nah! LOL no, that is sooooo discussing, I don’t care if I have “physical limitations” there is no way I’m using a stick to help reach in those places! LOL and for more, what if the stick slips in one of my holes or cracks! OWWWW! or if the stick is made up wood and I get a splinter in my anus! YUCK. LOL

  36. 36 Pricilla

    Uhm, sometimes it is just good to be a goat and be free to just poop in the wind, uncaring of where it lands. I have been told that when I run and poop it is rather like a salad shooter effect of poops flying everywhere.

    So I am told. I, of course cannot look back at my poop and run forward at the same time. I am a talented goat but not that talented.

    You humans are weird.

    Pricilla’s last blog post..Uh-Oh

  37. 37 Singular Girl

    Wow. I have no words to describe the horror. I think the previous comments sum it up. And now I too am traumatized by the visual of t-rex arms and a deep crevice. I’ll be having nightmares tonight.

  38. 38 JD

    Shieldmaiden1196: Maybe you were supposed to air-dry? I might actually be able to use some of that anti-underboob sweat wicking stuff. Thanks, body, for making me write that sentence.

    sara@ Writers Needed: I don’t think they’d make it out of wood, but even so . . . there are too many potential hazards. God, why do we even have to go to the bathroom at ALL?!

    Pricilla: Oh, to be a goat! I love the image of the poo just a’shootin’ outta your butt as you run in the breeze. We humans are weird. Why don’t animals have to wipe?

    Singular Girl: I know. That one killed me. I feel for the poor kid who has to deal with those characteristics.

  39. 39 Baron von Rochester

    This kind of thing is why I think the bidet should become a fixture of the American bathroom. No, but seriously. I really do.

    Baron von Rochester’s last blog post..Random Items in No Particular Order

  40. 40 Florida Girl In Sydney

    I love your head on a stick– you should totally sell those on amazon.

    Florida Girl In Sydney’s last blog post..Two Year Expativersary

  41. 41 Musingwoman


    Musingwoman’s last blog post..Michael Jackson

  42. 42 Lola

    Animals don’t need to wipe. Haven’t you seen that carpet cleaning commercial? Stanley Steamer I think. The one where the kid tells the dog “I told you not to do it.” And the dog is sitting on the carpet, scooting on it’s butt.

    Lola’s last blog post..weekend words – fried, crispy…

  43. 43 Lola

    Have you seen this?

    google “chocolate covered bacon on a stick”

    When I saw it, I thought of you.

    Lola’s last blog post..weekend words – fried, crispy…

  44. 44 janine

    This is the funniest thing I’ve seen.

    I LOVE your head on a stick. You look a little like an apparition of the Virgin Mary I saw once.

    No, really I did.

    janine’s last blog post..Yesterday, We Almost Went to the Gay Pride Parade, But Then We Didn’t.

  45. 45 Jenn Thorson

    Here in the Burgh at the arts festival, we have the calorificus “Deep Fried Cheesecake on a Stick.”

    We also have Deep Fried Oreos on a Stick.

    These are followed by coronary resussitation on a stick.

    Jenn Thorson’s last blog post..Who You Gonna Call? Dustbusters!

  46. 46 Thermal Labels

    That’s pretty funny but some people probably need it due to physical limitations. I think they’re just trying to make it sound like it’s more than that, like it’s a cleaner way to wipe in the first place. But really it’s just for those who can’t reach. I don’t even know how it’s possible to hold TP on the wrong side. Wouldn’t the wrong side then become the right side? =]

  47. 47 JD

    Baron von Rochester: I do too. Seriously. We’re supposed to be so obsessed with cleanliness compared to Europeans (so the story goes). I remember my first encounter with a bidet in Paris. I came home drunk and broke it. You could swivel it around for some reason, and I swung it so hard it broke thru the glass door. Perhaps I should save this for a blog post.

    Florida Girl In Sydney: It’s really up to Kathy from The Junk Drawer, who created it. Of course I would expect at least a 50% cut. It’s my head after all.

    Musingwoman: Well put!

    Lola: HAHAHA! No, I haven’t seen that! Every now and then our cats scoot. So gross. Of course, they WASH so they shouldn’t need to wipe, but that’s gross too.

    As for chocolate-covered bacon on a stick: EW! I love my chocolate and I love my bacon, but I prefer them to stay on opposite sides of the plate. Now bacon on a stick would be good. Deep-fried bacon on a stick? I think I’m on to something here.

    janine: Thank you! I would love to hear about this apparition. Did you blog about it? I’ve never been compared to the Virgin Mary before, but of course your dream could have featured a real whacked-out version.

    Jenn Thorson: Those sound heavenly. They would be worth a heart attack on a stick, I think.

    Thermal Labels: Yeah, I don’t get that either. Where you’re holding it is the right side. The part you wiped with is the wrong side. I think they’re trying to sell us a bill of goods.

  48. 48 The Mother

    If I have to go find a stick, I’ll probably never get clean. I always thought it was rather convenient that there was a little roll everywhere I went.

    The Mother’s last blog post..The One True God v. The Goddess (NefHxMotherhood)

  49. 49 Christy

    Good LORD. Are we really so pathetic now that we cannot even wipe ourselves without some sort of gadget? I can understand for those with “physical limitations”, but good gravy. And, yeah, if you’ve passed beyond your toddler years and you still don’t know the proper way to wipe? I think perhaps a CLASS would serve you better than a freaking STICK.
    BTW – I gave you a blog award over on mine:

    Christy’s last blog post..You *guys*!

  50. 50 Margaret (Nanny Goats)

    The problem is, I can’t get the thought of wiping myself with a pickle on a stick out of my mind. It just seems like it might occasionally sting or something.

    Margaret (Nanny Goats)’s last blog post..How To Create Your Twitter Handle in Two Easy Steps

  51. 51 JD

    The Mother: Right, “stick” doesn’t really connote “cleanliness” in my worldview.

    Christy: HA! Ssshh! Don’t give them any ideas. Before you know it, we’ll all be seeing pop-up ads for “Clean Your Butt!” seminars. Thank you for the award!!!

    Margaret (Nanny Goats): Ow, you’re right. Especially a spicy gherkin. No, what you want, ideally, is a nice, mild bread and butter pickle. Gentle AND delicious.

  52. 52 Jac

    There seems to be endless possibilities for flaws here. $40 Value, ours for only $19.99, who can pass up a deal like that!?

    Was this an infomercial on late night tv, or was this a wonderful late night internet find?

  53. 53 JD

    Jac: I’m sorry to say it was a REGULAR commercial on PRIME TIME TV. You know I’m in bed by 8.


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