Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Strange but True Confessions: 2


I have to be honest and say that I'm not exactly sure WHAT this thing does and I don't think I want to.

6 comments:

A said...

Read the article here:
http://www.goddessangel.com/electric/relaxacizor.htm

It includes a warning that eBay does not allow sales of these if they realize what you're selling, so be careful.

Robb only thought he had nightmares the other night. You hooked this up to him while he slept, didn't you?!?!?!?

ness said...

Uhm...that's not a particularly nice website, is it?

It's listed in Quack medicine, so should be okay....

It's for weight loss. That's all, folks.

Robb said...

How You Doing?

A said...

Disclaimer: I just googled the brand name from your picture, and that link I posted was one that had a short description. I didn't explore the site any further.

A said...

Excerpt from the site:

You can purchase them on Ebay. However, ebay states that it does not allow sales of any electric muscle stimulation device. If you see one, make sure to write down the seller e-mail or contact them ahead or time. Ebay will often take them off before the final sale if they find out about it. I got mine for about $125.

ness said...

Having had several auctions pulled by ebay before, I'm think I'm safe. They usually put up a big red warning sign before you list something that you shouldn't. Haven't gotten any of those and there are three other like mine up right now and four that are completed. Just somebody cough up the cash and I'm happy to get it outta here.

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