Before Listerine found its true commercial calling as a mouthwash, it was a general purpose antiseptic meant to be used on cuts, sore throats, dandruff, and, most horrifying of all, down there. "It possesses great penetrating power," touts the ad!
This mystery artifact unearthed during a rehabilitation project at New York City Hall had archaeologists puzzled. Was it a spice grinder? Maybe a needle case? Nope. It's a 19th-century feminine hygiene product: that's right, a 200-year-old douche.
I don't know whether to go to an Apple store or the feminine care aisle to purchase an iPad. Oh, don't groan! You cracked similar jokes. And let's face it: They're all kinda lame and won't bother Steve whatsoever.