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NSFW We're obliged this chilly Monday to reader Arthur Chance for alerting us to the agreeable fact that Amazon.com is doing a nice line in discounted uranium ore.

Well, the glowing testimonials speak for themselves, but what really caught our eye was the "Customers Who Bought Items Like This Also Bought" bit at the bottom:

Amazon screen grab showing uranium ore and anal douche related items

Scrolling swiftly along, we find further evidence of some kind of hitherto unrecorded anal atomic lingerie fetish:

Further recommended items including crotchless knickers

Clearly, Ann Summers is missing a trick here - "Hi, I'd like the crotchless French knickers for the missus and a couple of grammes of uranium ore. It's our anniversary, you see..." ®

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