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November 7th, 2004

Sit your arse down and walk

How many times have you thought to yourself, “My, I really want to go for a walk, but that involves standing up. I wish I could just walk without having to get off the couch.” Well, here’s the product for you. Now you can get all of the exercise involved with moving your legs while keeping your bum firmly planted in a seat. It’s a miracle product!

Of course, you might want to heed some of the comments from unsatisfied buyers before you shell out the dough: “There is no resistance to the exercise; you might as well tap your feet.”, “It is about the size of a 6-inch sub.”, and “It is a piece of junk not even worth the postage to send it back.”

Three cheers for cheap plastic that keeps you from having to move! Hip-hip-hooray! Hip-hip-hooray! Hip-hip-hooray!

(Just to make it clear to any future Ping visitors that think I don’t realize this is a helpful type of product for people who can’t get off of the couch: I do. I’m just having some fun here, so relax.)

Posted in Just Plain Odd

FROM: Dave Walls [E-Mail]
DATE: Sunday November 7, 2004 -- 11:20:45 am
Why don't they just make one of those baby walkers for adults? Re-enforce the bottom (a simple piece of thin fabric ain't gonna cut it.), add a beer can holder and a place for the remote control and BAM!. It's the perfect Christmas Item.

Ladies, now THERE'S the perfect item for that uncontrollable man in your life!

FROM: Robert [E-Mail]
DATE: Sunday November 7, 2004 -- 2:29:34 pm
If you want to sit and walk you'd probably be better hoofing around in a wheelchair.

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