This will put a stop to global warming

#1
http://www.independent.ie/opinion/columnists/ian-odoherty/makes-you-proud-to-be-irish-1882339.html

By Ian O'Doherty

Thursday September 10 2009

Are you proud to be Irish? Do you wake up in the morning and think: 'shure and begorrah, isn't it grand to be born in the greatest little country in the world, so it is?'

Well, if you do, you're obviously a plonker and a scoundrel who thinks that a geographical accident of birth is something you should celebrate. But every now and then, something happens which gives you an irresistible thrill at being Irish.

And the latest example will put a spring in the step and a puff in the chest of every proud Irish man and woman -- Irish company Camden Enterprises has invented an environmentally friendly lady's sex toy.

The 'Earth Angel' is a hand cranked (stop sniggering down the back) device which was originally designed to be distributed in "the Third World where batteries and electricity are in short supply".

And, at an industry trade fair in Austria this week, they have managed to become the stars of the show, with environmental campaigners realising that the switch to hand cranked vibrators (ok, you can start sniggering down the back now) could make a major contribution to reducing the levels of electricity used.

My God, how much electricity is normally wasted on these things?

Honestly, you women, only one thing on your mind, the lot of ye.
A hand-powered vibrator? Just what the starving millions in Africa have been waiting for! Here's an idea - why not just use a hand?

By the way, it's $100, about three years wages for it's target audience.

OK, who can come up with any more third-world or environmentally friendly sex toys?



http://www.tressugar.com/3457227

p.s. Sorry, I couldn't find any pictures of one in use, but I'm sure somebody will!
 
#2
Wouldn't it be a bit more environmentally friendly if it had a clockwork escapement, thus not requiring the rechargeable batteries? But then, it wouldn't be a new invention, seeing as one was produced in 1870.

If it could perform a hysterectomy after a random number of operations, it could reduce starvation in the Third World.
 
#3
flamingo said:
http://www.independent.ie/opinion/columnists/ian-odoherty/makes-you-proud-to-be-irish-1882339.html

By Ian O'Doherty

Thursday September 10 2009

Are you proud to be Irish? Do you wake up in the morning and think: 'shure and begorrah, isn't it grand to be born in the greatest little country in the world, so it is?'

Well, if you do, you're obviously a plonker and a scoundrel who thinks that a geographical accident of birth is something you should celebrate. But every now and then, something happens which gives you an irresistible thrill at being Irish.

And the latest example will put a spring in the step and a puff in the chest of every proud Irish man and woman -- Irish company Camden Enterprises has invented an environmentally friendly lady's sex toy.

The 'Earth Angel' is a hand cranked (stop sniggering down the back) device which was originally designed to be distributed in "the Third World where batteries and electricity are in short supply".

And, at an industry trade fair in Austria this week, they have managed to become the stars of the show, with environmental campaigners realising that the switch to hand cranked vibrators (ok, you can start sniggering down the back now) could make a major contribution to reducing the levels of electricity used.

My God, how much electricity is normally wasted on these things?

Honestly, you women, only one thing on your mind, the lot of ye.
A hand-powered vibrator? Just what the starving millions in Africa have been waiting for! Here's an idea - why not just use a hand?

By the way, it's $100, about three years wages for it's target audience.

OK, who can come up with any more third-world or environmentally friendly sex toys?



http://www.tressugar.com/3457227

p.s. Sorry, I couldn't find any pictures of one in use, but I'm sure somebody will!
Yep. I have such a device that I will be using next week in the far East. It's called a co ck. No batteries required although it does get hand cranked every now and then.
 
#4
Sadly, your link doesn't provide any pics.

How about the Mk1 & Mk1a original versions. The last time I had a complaint with the Mk1, I used the Mk1a to shut her up.

It's the way ahead.

 
#6
The last time I was at the tomb of the unknown warrior, Michael O'Rafferty, who really was unknown as a warrior, but very well known as a plumber, I met a fella who showed me his latest invention. It was a rotary back-scratcher. The scratching was done by a shortened bog-brush and the rotations were imparted by a Black & Decker. He had to keep it stuffed down his shirt all the time, because it was difficult to take it out and put it back in. However, the upside of this was that folks on the street kept offering him loose change, because they thought he was a hunchback. He was making a bomb!

He also told me a fact that rather disappointed me. It seems that yon Armstrong fella, who went to the moon, didn’t even take his trumpet with him.

MsG
 
#7
Madam, are you outraged by power outages at the point of orgasm? Frustrated by falling volts during your most vivid voyeur visulisations? Regularly cheated of George Clooney's charms by a capricious current capability?

Prevent your libido becoming overloaded with our unique world wide patented device, sold with Papal approval by Catholic priests everywhere.

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