Robot Hand Extendable Back Scratcher Assorted - Extendable Back Scatcher £1 delivered @ The Works
610°Expired

Robot Hand Extendable Back Scratcher Assorted - Extendable Back Scatcher £1 delivered @ The Works

28
Found 12th Sep 2017
You scratch my back and i'll scratch yours.

Edit 11:59 am 12 Sep: Robot hand backscratcher out of stock but extendable back scratcher still available.

Extendable Back Scratcher - Assorted
  • Also the more conventional back scratcher is £1

2787587.jpg
theworks.co.uk/p/g…669

Robot Hand Extendable Back Scratcher Assorted (edit: out of stock now)
  • £1 delivered using code SUNDAYFD saving £3 delivery cost. Could make a nice present or even use for Halloween.



theworks.co.uk/p/g…697

2787587.jpg
Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
Cheers chichi...

31957197-taATF.jpg



Ta chanchi

31957517-N1BIw.jpg
Heat

31957211-Fx60s.jpg
Edited by: "vassy4u" 12th Sep 2017
Looks a bit creepy!
Think I'll stick to
31957227-z4iwo.jpg
Edited by: "chuckiedoll" 12th Sep 2017
28 Comments
Cheers chichi...

31957197-taATF.jpg



Heat

31957211-Fx60s.jpg
Edited by: "vassy4u" 12th Sep 2017
maccy13 m ago

Cheers chichi...[Image]


Usually it's you who does the back scratching deal ?
Stocking filler for my dad! Cheers!
Looks a bit creepy!
Think I'll stick to
31957227-z4iwo.jpg
Edited by: "chuckiedoll" 12th Sep 2017
Nice find. Thank you. Ordered.
Editor
31957469-FxWGC.jpg
Ta chanchi

31957517-N1BIw.jpg
Pretend you're hosting the new series of the crystal maze!
You scratch my back, I'll scratch yours
can this also be used as a ball a scratcher?
polcup16 m ago

Paid via Paypal but haven't received an email from The Works to confirm, …Paid via Paypal but haven't received an email from The Works to confirm, just the normal email from Paypal. Did other folk get an order confirmation from The Works? Im wondering if I closed out of The Works site before the order was completed.

​I ve just paid by paylal and got confirmation email from paypal straight away.
Thanks Chanchi

31957981-ItIfE.jpg
Don't bother with the extending scratcher as you can't put any weight on to it and it doesn't scratch you enough.
summerof7614 m ago

Thanks Chanchi [Image]


Scratch him well
Excellent thanks - cheap stocking stuffers for the kids this Christmas!
Lol. Ordered. Don't know why.
Out of stock
Expired
vassy17 h, 32 m ago

Usually it's you who does the back scratching deal ?







You've a good memory vassy.
Edited by: "maccy1" 12th Sep 2017
The first two times my parents left for vacation, my sisters and I escorted them to the door and said that we would miss them terribly. It was just an act, designed to make us look sensitive and English, but on this occasion we meant it. “Oh, stop being such babies,” our mother said. “It’s only a week.” Then she gave Mrs. Peacock the look meaning “Kids. What are you going to do?”

There was a corresponding look that translated to “You tell me,” but Mrs. Peacock didn’t need it, for she knew exactly what she was going to do: enslave us. There was no other word for it. An hour after my parents left, she was lying facedown on their bed, dressed in nothing but her slip. Like her skin, it was the color of Vaseline, an uncolor really, which looked even worse with yellow hair. Add to this her great bare legs, which were dimpled at the inner knee and streaked throughout with angry purple veins.

My sisters and I attempted diplomacy. “Isn’t there, perhaps, some work to be done?”

“You there, the one with the glasses.” Mrs. Peacock pointed at my sister Gretchen. “Your mama mentioned they’s some sodie pops in the kitchen. Go fetch me one, why don’t you.”

“Do you mean Coke?” Gretchen asked.

“That’ll do,” Mrs. Peacock said. “And put it in a mug with ice in it.”

While Gretchen got the Coke, I was instructed to close the drapes. It was, to me, an idea that bordered on insanity, and I tried my best to talk her out of it. “The private deck is your room’s best feature,” I said. “Do you really want to block it out while the sun’s still shining?”

She did. Then she wanted her suitcase. My sister Amy put it on the bed, and we watched as Mrs. Peacock untied the rope and reached inside, removing a plastic hand attached to a foot-long wand. The business end was no bigger than a monkey’s paw, the fingers bent slightly inward, as if they had been frozen in the act of begging. It was a nasty little thing, the nails slick with grease, and over the coming week we were to see a lot of it. To this day, should any of our boyfriends demand a back-scratch, my sisters and I recoil. “Brush yourself against a brick wall,” we say. “Hire a nurse, but don’t look at me. I’ve done my time.”

No one spoke of carpal tunnel syndrome in the late 1960s, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t exist. There just wasn’t a name for it. Again and again we ran the paw over Mrs. Peacock’s back, the fingers leaving white trails and sometimes welts. “Ease up,” she’d say, the straps of her slip lowered to her forearms, the side of her face mashed flat against the gold bedspread. “I ain’t made of stone, you know.”

That much was clear. Stone didn’t sweat. Stone didn’t stink or break out in a rash, and it certainly didn’t sprout little black hairs between its shoulder blades. We drew this last one to Mrs. Peacock’s attention, and she responded, saying, “Y’all’s got the same damn thing, only they ain’t poked out yet.”

David Sedaris
I've bought a few of these (the ones that have the extendable "aerial" metal pole)..they fall apart within a few uses, so be prepared to put it in the bin sometime soon!
Does the hand close into a fist? Can I pretend it's a stranger's hand?
maccy11 h, 31 m ago

You've a good memory vassy.


Can't miss those deals
What a rubbish.
Not even funny.
back in stock QUID20 to get a bit of money of
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text