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Rubber Head Sink Plugs

A range of rubber heads to use as sink plugs
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There is something very satisfying at the thought of forcing a rubber replica head of an undesirable down the plug hole of a sink to act as a stopper. When not in use they would hang around, as plugs tend to do, on the end of their captive chain. Delux versions could have hair which would swirl around in a satisfying manner as the sink filled, then hang limply, stuck to the side of the bowl after the water had drained.
xenzag, Oct 01 2005

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       Is this where the saying "pull your head in" comes from? or should it be "pull your head out?"
100 percent, Oct 06 2005

       hey I knew your mother, welcome 100%
po, Oct 06 2005

       I likes. Hair would impair the plug function. Not sure how many bald headed undesirables there are, but there have to be some.
bungston, Oct 06 2005


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