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October 11, 2006

Christmas Sunshine Buddy — Why so S.A.D.?


From the website:

    Christmas Sunshine Buddy

    The sweet looking Sunshine Buddy has had a makeover complete with Christmas parcel and reindeers.

    Working on the principal of the original Sunshine Buddies, the Christmas Buddy soaks up environmentally friendly renewable energy, (to you and I, sunlight) and sways silently from side to side.

    This cute bundle of Christmasness (if there’s such a word), could be the perfect replacement for that dusty old snow shaker that’s been pulled out of the Christmas decorations box for the last ten years!

    Technical specifications:

    • Each Sunshine buddy requires lots of warm, sunny sunshine

    • Sunshine Buddies work on the theory of perpetual motion

    • Sunshine Buddies work without batteries

    • Their heads sway silently to relax your senses and invite you into a calming world

    • These buddies are constant friends and ask nothing of you except companionship and a smile

    • Each Sunshine Buddy comes with 3 blank message cards — these can be placed in front of the feet



£6.99 ($13.59; €10.72).

[via Phillip and crazyaboutgadgets.com]

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Can you purchase them in US currency?

Posted by: Kai | Nov 11, 2006 7:28:37 PM

Christmasness.........Christmasness........Christmasness..........I can't say it enough! Thanks for coining my fave new word, Joe. First runner-up honors go to Rhonda for her new word, too. I agree 100%---"wonerful" sounds better.

Posted by: Maureen | Oct 11, 2006 3:00:43 PM

Oh dear Lord, they had one of these things in the gift shop of the hospital I used to work at (which was the only source of Cherry Coke in the entire building, so I spent a lot of time there). It creeped everyone out. I almost bought it just so I could put it in a box and bury it in my backyard, away from humanity.

Posted by: Mary Sue | Oct 11, 2006 12:58:36 PM

I like this. Cute little guy. Guess he misses the sunshine in the winter months? I have a wonerful window I would sit him by. And I really mean wonderful, but hey wonerful sounds better.

Ok must go back to work now. =)

Posted by: Rhonda | Oct 11, 2006 10:18:57 AM

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