Really scary stuff

I don’t know whether I’m in conspiracy theory mode or if I’m just pointing out a very peculiar product but…

There’s a toothbrush on the market that plays music to the toothbrusher (toothbrushee?).

But the music isn’t played through an external loudspeaker.

Instead the music is made ‘audible’ through contact/vibration with the toothbrusher’s (toothbrushee’s?) teeth.

Does anyone else find this scary?

A toothbrush transmitting inaudible messages straight to the user’s ‘ear’?

Is this the leading edge of subliminal advertising?

Could your electric toothbrush be sending you inaudible messages to buy (or not buy) a certain product?

Scary? Well I think so.

Product details here.


Bookmark the permalink.

5 Responses to Really scary stuff

  1. Jonners says:

    Brennig, I really think you’re reading too much into this. On the other hand, I now have three boxes of Immac Hair Removal Cream that I know what to do with but won’t do with it what I know.

    Maybe it’s because all the shop had was pink toothbrushes and no blue ones? I dunno.

  2. hoverFrog says:

    Musical dental floss is the way to go. I’m investing all my money in it…and a button that I found in my coat pocket.

  3. Ginny says:

    Danny has one. It plays “We Will Rock You”

  4. Brennig says:

    Ah but no, my love, no.

    He (and whoever uses it) thinks it plays “We Will Rock You”, but the reality is it’s telling him to go out and buy lots of [insert product that Danny buys lots of here]!

    Oh yes, it’s true.

  5. Ginny says:

    Probably peanut butter and bread. He buys sodding LOADS of it.