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Warehouse Roulette – It’s not Lubricant
November 8, 2012 6:30 am | by
Who knew real commercials would become compelling, 60 second stories? It’s been so long since we’ve seen real commercials on TV, it feels strange. I wonder if the local car dealers spent any time reworking their commercials? Maybe upgrade the low-res graphics and start shooting them/rendering them in HD? Nah…. 
Woop! Woop! We’ll give you eight thousand dollars over Kelly Blue Book! 
$99 down, $99 a month!
Only on this specific car: Inventory number 106969. We keep all rebates and incentives. Doesn’t include taxes, title, paying for this commercial, hair gel, wheel degreaser, pin stripes and a tube of baloney. We love us some baloney sandwiches.
Saturday only!
I’ve been bugged by Jenn and others to write posts on the blog for a long time, but I didn’t want to have to figure out what to write about while staying somewhat on topic. So the obvious solution was to write about random things in the warehouse. Warehouse Roulette! To make it fun and very random, I put all of the warehouse locations in a box, mixed it up and drew a location. And look! This is the third post in a row! 
I really did draw something new and fresh out of the box this week. We’ve also rearranged the shelves in the warehouse, so it’s an extra level of surprise when I find out what I have to write about.
This week, I drew hand soap! Yay!
Everyone loves hand soap. The little duck vomits up a little spew, we rub it all around, quickly rinse it off and dry our hands. Ta-Da! Done. 
This particular soap is made by our good friends over at Better Life. Better Life is a cool little company run by really nice people. Their mission is to make safe, natural products with simple ingredient lists. If you can’t eat it, it’s not safe enough. 
I haven’t tasted this product yet, so I’ll have to get back to you on it. From what I’ve read, hand soap is not a good lubricant either. So kids, don’t use it on your bike chain. Adults, well, don’t use it like that either. It is good for washing hands, faces, knees, toes, ankles and maybe even belly buttons. Sometimes the belly button gets angry when you start taking away its fuzzy blankey, so be careful down there. 
Better Life’s No Regrets Citrus Mint smells good and works well too. It dispenses smoothly out of the duck’s nose, makes a decent lather, rinses cleanly and begs to do it again. The directions don’t say repeat, but all soap likes a second chance. 
Lather, Rinse, Repeat
Bum Bum
Lather, Rinse, Repeat
Bum Bum
How many times do you add a little water to the soap dispenser before deciding it’s finally out of soap? It seems to be a good strategy the first time, but when there isn’t much difference between the “soap” and the water, it’s probably time to break down and spend the couple of bucks on a new bottle.
The interweb is an amazing thing. While doing a little research for this article, I found very detailed instructions on how to make more bubbles in a bubble bath. Who knew?
Browsing around the bottle, there aren’t any scary warnings, but, the bottle has a dream. He wants to be a ski jacket. Then he can travel the world, fly down mountains and take out the trash in the middle of winter. A noble dream for a humble bottle.
— Jimmy
“Keep smiling, it makes everyone wonder what you’re up to.”
copyright 2012 Cotton Babies, Inc – It’s not Lubricant

About the Author

Jimmy Labit is a full-time dad and has a lot of experience with cloth diapers. He takes care of the technical side of Cotton Babies when he isn't trying to juggle four kids. He is the male voice of Beyond The Diaper and brings a unique and quirky sense of humor to our blog.


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