Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Hula Dancer Duster

Hawaiian Dancing Doll
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Activated, the grass skirt shakes in interesting directions, sending dust flying. Set it down on a flat surface that requires dusting and it will shimmy about all by itself, Roomba-fashion, to dust the entire object, using sonar to keep from falling off.

[inspired by, and annos spilled over from, an ongoing food fight in "Tapas hat of Japanese culture learning"]

FlyingToaster, Sep 17 2009

Hula Duster, $5 http://www.bookline...ov/HulaDusters.html
[jutta, Sep 17 2009]

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       mine's $10, it shimmies on its own.
FlyingToaster, Sep 18 2009
  

       Which directions are the interesting directions? Are they still interesting once they've been gone down, or did they just seem interesting from the outside, prior to experiencing the actual going along of that direction? What happens next?
Ian Tindale, Sep 18 2009
  

       You massive cock. [+]
theleopard, Sep 18 2009
  

       roaring purple vagina
Ian Tindale, Sep 18 2009
  

       Small cocks are feeling discriminated against now, thanks you guys.   

       The idea, oh the idea...cute, functional, silly, and very halfbakerishly ridiculous. Yay Toasterman.+ (Great link, jutta.)
blissmiss, Sep 18 2009
  

       I'm presuming that some kind of detachable vibrating core keeps the duster in motion...
RayfordSteele, Sep 18 2009
  

       //vibrating core//yes, but saving the details for the next model size up: "Paint Can Homogenization Hulu Dancer".
FlyingToaster, Sep 18 2009
  

       I thought this was going to be a feather coated hula hoop, which you had to strategically swing at your precious china ornaments.
mitxela, Sep 20 2009
  
      
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