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Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Kill Me Now

Offered without further comment.

From the mUmBRELLA website.

Dr Mumbo wishes he’d been in the meeting when Brisbane agency BCM pitched its idea to milk client Pauls Zymil.

Not to put to fine a point on it, the Tummy Tuner website is a means of turning your keyboard into a fart and burp generator.

Accordign to the BCM press release: “The Tummy Tuner recognises and plays on the idea that upset tummies caused by lactose sensitivities an mean unavoidable belching and flatulence. It’s a novelty viral musical instrument which replicates these sounds in a fun and amusing way.”

But frankly, who cares? It makes great farting noises.

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