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Mobile Phone Massager

Why not use the vibrate feature as a massager?
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Imagine what it'll do to your sore and tired muscles during a boring meeting!
kschang, Jan 21 2002

This idea applied to the PDA http://hs.widget.co...uct.asp?product=123
Amuse your colleagues by spasming at work. [dare99, Jan 21 2002, last modified Oct 17 2004]

The Quackatorium http://www.radiantslab.com/quackmed/
[phoenix, Jan 21 2002, last modified Oct 17 2004]

Quack Medicine http://www.quackmedicine.com/
by... Dr. Bob? [phoenix, Jan 21 2002, last modified Oct 17 2004]

The Museum of Questionable Medical Devices http://www.mtn.org/quack/index.htm
[phoenix, Jan 21 2002, last modified Oct 17 2004]


       Yeah, maybe you can shape your abs with it while you're at it.
snarfyguy, Jan 21 2002

       Come to think of it, My far right lower abs are quite muscular. The rest of the abs are quite jealous.
thumbwax, Jan 21 2002

       Me too, PeterSealy. I just never seem to get used to it.
bristolz, Jan 21 2002

       Despite the fishbones, I think this is a fine idea. I'm not sure how long the battery would last running the vibrating motor though.   

       <OT> Is anyone else amazed that these electronic muscle builders are making a comeback? I'm waiting for the electric hair-growing hat... </OT>
phoenix, Jan 21 2002

       8^) See links.
phoenix, Jan 21 2002

       Nice links, phoenix. There are many of us out there, using the same name, but only one of us has long, floppy ears and a healthily wet nose.
DrBob, Jan 21 2002


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