Hair brushes are a pain to clean. They just collect hair and by the time you try to remove it, you can never get it all. I have known women who never clean their hair brush so that it looks like it has it’s own head of hair.
You know how it is. You and Mr. Whiskers are playing. The cat seems happy, you’re happy. You go to playfully rub his tummy and he suddenly lashes out at you. The truth is, the relationship between you and your cat is on the rocks.
At first glance, I was all prepared to make fun of Thanko’s latest USB-powered product, then I realized it’s genius. If you don’t understand how useful a brush that blows a mist in your hair could be, you obviously don’t have a stubborn eight-year-old girl at home.
The latest Nintendo DS game to hit the streets in Japan isn’t some exciting new Mario or Metroid game. Nope, it’s Bimoji Training — the game that teaches you how to draw calligraphic lettering (in Japanese, of course).