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61. iGrill

George Foreman grill powered by your computer's USB port. See also Nerds, Unnecessary.

Added by Frank on June 27, 2007| 2 Comments | You Like This |

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62. Magnum Condoms

C'mon dude. Really? See also Sex.

Added by a Guest on June 7, 2007| 2 Comments | You Like This |

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63. The Urilift

A urinal that pops out of the ground at night. See also Alcohol, Bathroom.

Added by a Guest on April 26, 2007| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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64. The Johnny-Light

A light for your toilet. (The music on their website makes me laugh.) See also Bathroom, Unnecessary.

Added by a Guest on December 27, 2006| 2 Comments | You Like This |

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65. Playgirl Magazine

This publication is just embarrassing. See also Nudity, Sex.

Added by Anthony on December 27, 2006| 2 Comments | You Like This |

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66. Scissors That Cut Through Pennies

I believe the scissor-sharpness scale moved to the penny standard sometime in the early 90's. See also 90's, Commercials.

Added by Maya on September 23, 2006| Comment | You Like This |

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67. The Smoke Cloak

"A revolutionary security machine that stops burglary by filling any room with thick smoke during a criminal attack." Please note, it even stops smash-and grab. See also Crime.

Added by Tyler on August 26, 2006| 3 Comments | You Like This |

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68. DustBuster

This model in particular. In 1987 my family was so excited about getting a DustBuster that my brother and I had to take turns using it. See also 80's.

Added by Tyler on August 5, 2006| Comment | You Like This |

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69. Celebrity Fragrances

This includes Paris Hilton's Paris; Celine Dion's Notes and Belong; Britney Spears's Curious, Fantasy, and In Control; and Donald Trump's Donald Trump: The Fragrance. See also Hygiene.

Added by Tyler on May 11, 2006| Comment | You Like This |

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70. Erasable Pens

The manufacturers of erasable pens seem to have confused sanding off a thin layer of paper with actually erasing ink. See also 80's.

Added by Tyler on April 6, 2006| Comment | You Like This |