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Snug fit and a bit itchy,
= Durability: = Fun: = Educational:
This review is from: Rainbow Knitted Willy Warmer Funny Rude Gift (Personal Care)
I find myself in complete discord with the previous reviewers, who are talking about this item being "too small". Personally, I think they are fibbing as it fits me very well and is a practical and indispensable "must-have" in this inclement weather we have been suffering recently.
I have no idea what it is made of but it certainly is itchy, and much to my chagrin, I did suffer some minor chafing during a particularly hilly trek. However this is a small price to pay for what is a thoughtful and very useful (plus fashionable item).
I will happily share a long-term review once the winter is over but it is certainly performing most satisfactorily overall so far.
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Initial post: 9 Dec 2010 13:29:19 GMT
Miss F. K. Sheppard says:
Hahaha...Thats just funny! :)
Posted on 11 Dec 2010 19:55:22 GMT
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Posted on 14 Dec 2010 20:24:15 GMT
Amazon Customer says:
This review has to be a joke, hilarious!
Posted on 8 Jul 2011 09:39:49 BDT
Last edited by the author on 8 Jul 2011 09:40:29 BDT
"it is certainly performing most satisfactorily overall so far."
Ah! I see your problem. It isn't designed as an overall. It's only supposed to go on your c0ck.
I can post some pictures if you want...
In reply to an earlier post on 8 Jul 2011 10:11:35 BDT
Mr. H. E. Bennett says:
Thank you for your comment, Mr Mouth. However, contrary to what you feel I have no problems with this product, apart from the chafing. Which appears to have subsided considerably recently.
I personally have no interest in any pictures of this product "in situ" thank you very much, although I cannot speak for everyone. The item to my way of thinking is an "intimate" piece of clothing that should not be on display to all and sundry. I am an occasional kilt wearer and I feel it is no-ones business, least of all mine, what goes on underneath it. Although I must confess on particularly windy days I do choose underclothing less likely to horrify the unwary and I have found that the gaudy appearance of this item adds a touch of humour to a situation that might ordinarily involve police intervention.
Being brutally honest, I really don't feel you are being completely serious thinking I would use this as an overall. I do find it hard to believe anyone would be that confused. To me it is obvious where it is to be worn, and there simply is no need to use coarse slang as you have done. When Godfrey, my 1963 Austin Cambridge requires his lever arm dampers topping up with oil I would not consider it wise to simply dress up in this to perform the task, especially when my garage floor is often so very cold.
Thank you once again for your concern, no matter how misplaced. I'm not a fool you know!
Posted on 22 Jan 2013 23:08:22 GMT
N. Spencer says:
I spilt tea all over myself laughing at this review. :)
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