Inspired by last month’s blink-and-you-missed-it Swiss Special, we are embarking on another impromptu limited edition this week: Crap That Consultancies Send Us. ‘What’s different from any other week?’ we hear you cry. Well, latex for a start. According to Bleach, which very nearly made it last year for mailing us an apple, ‘We all want to get deep down and dirty sometimes [and] with the drinkbleach.co.uk glove, every day is your fantasy, a voyage into a life of grime’. This virulent orange rubber-wear will ‘help you make friends, a killing, chutney, your point, love, the voices stop, matters worse, your bed and lie in it’. Other applications pictured.
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