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Mr Teatmen

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 64% (16 of 25)
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 156,751 - Total Helpful Votes: 16 of 25
Wartner Wart and Verruca Removal 1.5ml Pen by Wartner
5.0 out of 5 stars This is amazing, 6 Mar 2014
My 5 year old daughter has had a really stubborn verruca on her foot. We have previously tried Bazuka and a Boots own brand treatment of the type that freezes the verruca. After numerous treatments neither of them had made any difference and it seemed to have become really deeply rooted. We had seen the Wartner Pen and noticed that it had good reviews but, being naturally sceptical, couldn't imagine how it would be any better than the other treatments we had tried. We bought it and applied it, as directed, over four days and after this period nothing really seemed to have changed. We were a bit disappointed but decided that we would give her foot a few days to recover and then treat it… Read more
In Rude Health: The funniest and most explicit sto&hellip by Robbie Guillory
4.0 out of 5 stars Good value at 99p, 29 Dec 2013
Clearly, according to other reviewers I am young at heart as I found a collection of stories about stupid people getting a variety of objects stuck in a range of bodily orifices rather amusing. As is the case with books of this type some of the stories will make you laugh a lot whilst some will barely raise a smile. I found some of the stories to be very short and overall the book took less than an hour to read. Anyone who works in a job dealing with members of the public will not find the fact that many idiotic people walk among us to be much of a revelation. It gave me quite a few laughs so I would happily recommend it to anyone.
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Harrison Ford
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I recently lost an elderly relative who, it turned out, was dying when I was waiting to visit her in hospital. The doctor suggested it may have been better not to go and see her as she was extremely unwell and, instead, remember her how she was when she was in good health.
For me that also explains why, if you liked the first three Indiana Jones films, you should probably give this one a miss and just remember them when they were great.

What's wrong with it? The story doesn't seem very engaging; the effects are more digital than physical; It seems wrong that it isn't set in the 30s; Shia Labeouf's character doesn't work for me. I could go on but, rather depressingly as I… Read more

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