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Nose-shaped liquid soap dispenser

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This liquid soap dispenser looks like a face. On pushing down the nose, liquid soap streams from a nostril.
bungston, Mar 03 2008

Mr Cold Refillable Liquid Soap Dispenser http://www.gifts.co...D=5189&prodID=42050
Dispenses soap from its nose...but isn't a nose. [phoenix, Mar 04 2008]

egg separator http://www.stupid.com/stat/EGSP.html
do not wash hands with eggs. [ericscottf, Mar 04 2008]

prototype http://www.scrye.com/~hersh/
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Mar 04 2008]

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       Damn good idea to get the kids to wash their hands! Just the nose will do and it acts as a reminder that colds are spread by snot. I really think this idea should be produced. (that being said I object to anti-biotic soap. bad.)
WcW, Mar 04 2008

       . . . but it's not.
baconbrain, Mar 04 2008

       Excess pressure could be stored in a small internal vessel, and vented periodically to produce a realistic sneeze [+]
AbsintheWithoutLeave, Mar 04 2008

Noexit, Mar 04 2008

       baked, noexit.
WcW, Mar 04 2008

       With green liquid soap, of course. I think I would like to squeeze the nose, instead.
Ling, Mar 04 2008

       Have it “sneeze” loudly at selected times (or parents could push a switch to start a timer), so the kids know when to wash their hands. “You must get in there now, your nose is running”. To activate it, you have to laugh ‘til soap comes out your “nose”. That would be the giggly laugh. The “evil laugh” is reserved for the hand dryer.
Amos Kito, Mar 05 2008


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