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Toe Tots

This little piggy called the market, and this little piggy called home…
 
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“I’m impressed by the superior quality of your product, the soft, snug-fitting, natural rubber head, the precision-sewn, real human hair, the hand-painted face that so strongly resembles my boy friend, the led that makes it glow on my big toe and that sparkles from the pupils, the tiny speaker… I could go on and on.” - Dolly Wiggler

“Your Toe Tots are fun and practical! I’ve used up to ten of them (friends, relatives, colleagues) while sitting by the pool or watching TV. Heck I’ve even had them on with sandals, while walking and talking in town. The wireless, phone module is easy to program and worked flawlessly.” - Satisfied Phone Addict

You’ve read the testimonials. Now’s your chance to be a part of the talking toe thimble craze. Just send in your digital measurements and color photos of those you call most. When installed, an incoming or outgoing call will activate the correct doll face to shine and speak to you. Look your toe in the eyes and you’ll think that person is right across the room.

Note: This product is not recommended for use above the ankles.

FarmerJohn, Aug 27 2003

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       How utterly, utterly bizarre.+
squeak, Aug 27 2003
  

       What... the... hell... you're an odd fellow.
jivetalkinrobot, Aug 28 2003
  

       that should be - what...the...hall... you are an oddfellow.
po, Aug 28 2003
  

       (an annotation describing the odditiy of the poster and/or the idea)
Worldgineer, Aug 28 2003
  

       What Worldgineer said.
Worldgineer, Aug 28 2003
  

       //be a part of the talking toe thimble craze//   

       [statusthimble] would be so proud.
jurist, Aug 28 2003
  

       Aye, but how's it powered?
phoenix, Aug 28 2003
  

       Toenail-sized batteries, oddly enough.
FarmerJohn, Aug 28 2003
  

       Excellent for conference calls.
Shz, Aug 28 2003
  

       Ah, creature comforts at your toe-tips! +
k_sra, Aug 29 2003
  
      
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