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Personal grooming hummingbird

A 'natural' way to deal with waxy buildup in your ears
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Wax buildup is a problem for some people's ears, and although chewing action is supposed to be nature's way of dealing with the problem, there's nothing as satisfying as a good old wriggle with your little finger.

Trouble is, some people have large fingers, and doctors do not recommend putting solid smiley%20with%20birds foreign objects in to clean your ears.

Enter the personal grooming hummingbird. Trained on a diet of nectar and earwax, this helpful fellow will hover by your head and thoroughly clean your ears with its long soft tongue. Soothing and relaxing!

Adze, Apr 25 2005

Personal grooming hummingbird [FarmerJohn, Apr 25 2005]

Preening shrimp Preening_20Shrimp
[angel, Apr 25 2005]


       + This is one that FJ needs to illustrate.
bristolz, Apr 25 2005

       Now what am I going to use to grease my gun with?
zeno, Apr 25 2005

       What would I do with my ardvark?   

       I *knew* the woodpecker was a mistake
po, Apr 25 2005

       I suppose my Q-tip dispensing box is now also obsolete.
Zimmy, Apr 25 2005

       LOL thanks for the illos, FarmerJohn (and coincidentally, I really do look something like that)
Adze, Apr 25 2005

       I gotta ask... chewing gets rid of ear wax? Never heard that before. I like the idea of the birds, and the picture is great!
37PiecesOf Flair, Apr 25 2005

       {sigh} where have all these 'bakers gone...?
xandram, Jun 05 2008


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