February 12, 2010
Cashmere Loo Roll — 'The ultimate bathroom indulgence'
From the Telegraph (U.K.) comes news that British supermarket chain Waitrose has begun offering toilet paper employing cashmere amongst its ingredients.
According to Telegraph consumer affairs editor Harry Wallop's February 10, 2010 article, "No cashmere fibres themselves are included in the manufacturing process. Rather, the paper is covered in oil extracted from the hairs of the cashmere goat."
"The cashmere rolls cost £2.29 for a pack of four, double the price of Waitrose's basic version, Essentials Ultra, which retails for £1.19 for four."
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Rabelais sorted out the luxury issue centuries ago!
Posted by: Ajax Harington | Feb 18, 2010 9:40:09 AM
Rabelais solved the question of luxury years ago!
Posted by: Ajax Harington | Feb 17, 2010 7:05:16 AM
While wearing a cozy sweater made of cashmere wool seems appealing, I'm not sure I want to rub my privates in goat hair oil.
Posted by: tamra | Feb 13, 2010 4:51:40 AM
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