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Black Watch mop

mop and bag-pipe combo.
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many people have been stirred by the brave skirl and weird drone of the bagpipes. bring the sound of braveheart to a kitchen near you with the Black Watch mop. hitch your 3 drones over your left shoulder, tuck your little squeezy bag thingy under your right arm and blow through the chanter which is the main stem of the mop. dunk the end in warm soapy water, and off you go. get a bit of a rhythm going – blow, squeeze and mop. blow, squeeze and mop.
po, May 16 2002

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       *Mental pictures of kilt-wearing Fantasia mops playing the pipes, with a telletubby directing them...*
RayfordSteele, May 16 2002
  

       Which Black Watch? The Scottish Black Watch or the Canadian Black Watch?
[ sctld ], May 16 2002
  

       This idea reminds me of a scene from The Longest Day, wherein proof positive is given that actors will do anything for money. Quote: "It takes an Irishman to play the pipes!" The actor? Sean Connery.

Bagpipes are a hideous invention, by the way po. So have a big, fat fishbone.
DrBob, May 16 2002
  

       Scots of corse [sctld] I was thinking of you as I wiped my floor today!
po, May 16 2002
  

       I don't play the bagpipes, i play the snare drum.
[ sctld ], May 16 2002
  

       together we would make a hideous cacophony!
po, May 16 2002
  

       "blow, squeeze, and mop; blow, squeeze, and mop"

Are you absolutely sure that HOME:Cleaning is the right category?
quarterbaker, May 16 2002
  

       Nice idea po, but it seems ironic that vacuum cleaner makers are eliminating bags and you want to add them to mops.
IvanIdea, May 17 2002
  

       Is that "Scotland the Clean" you're playing?
wagster, Oct 10 2005
  
      
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