Video: How to sell a durable bucket

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9 Responses to “Video: How to sell a durable bucket”

  1. Boba Fett Diop says:

    Lisa, you just fell for the “Nepalese Bucket Con,” one of the oldest grifts in existence! Whatever you do, don’t leave your bucket where yaks can see it.

  2. Lucifer says:

    I do not want the one that’s been all beat up

  3. godfathersoul says:

    they just don’t make ‘em like they used to. or still do. or something…

  4. Rob Beschizza says:

    On the contrary, I want mine pre-beaten, in Italian Cognac leather.

  5. Poros says:

    Can I get more info on the so-called “bucket baths”?

    • Jerril says:

      Bucket bathing I think is the same thing as I think of as “Camp Bathing” or “Oh Fuck The Hot Water Tank Is Broken And I Don’t Have The Money To Fix It” bathing.

      When you have to boil all the water in a kettle or a pot, having a real bath rapidly becomes Really Not Worth The Effort. At least not on a daily basis.

      So you boil a spaghetti pot full, or a couple of kettles full – a buckets worth. And then you give yourself the best sponge bath you can manage and finish off by dumping the bucket of water over yourself. Well, actually you finish off with fantasizing about hot water on demand, but that’s after the actual bath process is done.

  6. Poufiasse says:

    I would definetely consider purchasing a laptop that would pass the same test.

  7. IWood says:

    noooo they be smashin’ mah bukkit

  8. zyodei says:

    My memory of my time in India involves buckets. Lots of buckets, all the time. Buckets to wash clothes in. Buckets to wash vegetables in. Buckets to wash dishes in. Buckets for bathing. Buckets for washing the floor.

    Actually, come to think of it, they were all the same three buckets :)

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