How to flush $299 down the toilet (and fish it out again)
That's right. How many of you have sat on the crapper and wished that you could snap your spine in half, turn around, and look at some fish. That's right, I suspect the answer is NOBODY! (Put your hand down Gollum.)
While it was designed as a fish tank, Reel says you can put other things in here, too. "If you don't want fish, if you want to make it for scorpions, snakes, lizards..."
When I'm doing my business I want to relax, not feel like a contestant on Fear Factor.
William thinks it would be a useful potty training tool. "To me, this is one of those items you'd get for your younger kids to entertain them. Maybe in those special pre-years for potty training."
Right. Because it is psychologically healthy to make your kids associate fun with potty time. What's next? Breast feed them while wearing a clown mask?
"If you have a stay at home cat, I think that would be wonderful," says Sandy. "It would entertain him."
OK, now we're talking some sense.