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Amazon has been contributing to the downfall of all that is decent and proper, by flogging anal beads to the young and impressionable. Unsuspecting nippers who innocently searched the site for a Spiderman watch were subjected to an entry for the foul playthings, which were rather disquietingly filed under "Used & New". You joined us in registering your outrage:

"1 Used & New for 2.99" Used? Yuck... New? Yuck too...

J


This is probably due to someone buggering about.

Doc Dish


how bloody big are these beads...........

package weight is 11kg ..... now thats gotta hurt

Des Quinn

Perhaps they're ultra-dense for maximum satisfaction.


My Grandad had a watch like that! His father bought it in a little general store in Knoxville, Tennessee. He wore it everyday during the first world war and bequeathed it to my father. My father wore it in WWII. He was shot down over Hanoi and put in a Vietnamese prison camp. He looked at that watch as my birthright and knew it would be confiscated so he hid it in the one place he knew he could hide something....I'll get me coat!

Richard Scratcher


OMG - nearly coughed up my spleen laughing when I read the review:

Bought this for my son, he loves it.

Thanks very much.

Try the gag too

Allan Houston


OK, i admit it, i bought them. But i'm sending them back sharpish, as not only do they not tell the time, they look nothing like Spiderman.

Ash


A man, evidently kept on a tight leash, has placed his car up for sale because he bought it "without proper consent from the wife". Some of you doubted the ad's veracity, but others felt more like dissing the poor bloke:

Stupid bloke. If I were him, I would divorce the missus and keep the car.

Anonymous Coward


The force is weak in this one. No man mucle

Anonymous Coward


I liked this one better:

"FOR SALE BY OWNER: Complete set of Encyclopedia Britannica. No longer needed. Got married last month. Wife knows everything."

Andy


This thing is definitely real, it's quite frequently parked outside Scan, I park near there when I go watching Bolton lose. I guess the real story is... he wants to sell it so he can buy a bigger, faster penis extension and he fancied tagging a funny comment on the end. Fair enough. And I bet he's a high-ranking employee and he won't have to pay a penny to sell it on there, so why donate money to Autotrader?

Rob Moss

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