Well, to try and solve this dilemma Sneak asked around the office. Unsurprisingly no one admitted that they really, really felt the need to have a washable mouse, and Sneak doubts that his uncle would be too thrilled with one either. But hey, what people want, and what they get are seldom the same things anyway.
Yup, this month Belkin gloriously announced the availability of its washable mouse and Sneak was all over it, like sticky on a mouse. But why would a firm release such a thing, and why would anyone need it?
Well, you might eat a lot of sticky lemon curd sandwiches. You might even have spilt some jam about the place. Or, you might have naturally sticky hands. To be honest, by this point, we would just rather not know. Let's just say that Belkin has released the mouse, and if you really feel you need one. Well, you know where to get it from.
Sneak has ordered two. One for his uncle, and er.. another one.
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