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FunGifts Car Dashboard Retro Kitsch Diva Dancer Set

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      10.03.2010 16:58
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      Here's another fabulous idea for your car dashboard. Gone are the days of having fluffy dice, wobbly jelly men or those Christmas trees which let off off pine fragrances for those moments when you simply have to break wind while driving. Now we have a Retro Kitsch Diva Dancer. What a mouthful, I shall just call her Diva for short I think.

      The toy will no doubt appeal to a certain type of man, who doesn't get enough female attention at home or work and relies on a small piece of moulded plastic to give him a high. The toy stands at a few inches in height, about five inches I would say and can be mounted onto any car dashboard to brighten up your Mercedes or Aston Martin. You might like to consider sticking her on the back section too near the windscreen, that way drivers behind you can see what impeccable taste you have in 'in car accessories.'

      So what does she do then? Nothing. What purpose does she have? None. Why should you buy it? You shouldn't. The woman looks like Bjork on a bad day with hair which looks like a wig, a ghastly robe which is a few decades too late and a dodgy strong of pearls down to her legs. Luckily the robe hides her under sections, so you are spared the sight of any foulsome legs. Diva comes with a microphone, so you can imagine her singing to you as you drive...what a treat.

      The toy is camp and silly and retails for about four to five pounds. Is it worth getting it though, I would say definitely not. Not even worth considering as a present for someone, unless of course you don't like them much. Stick with those signs that you hang in the back of cars, you know 'Baby On Board'...so then you know not to ram the car.

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