Minister Announces DIY Home Clean Feed Kit
Say goodbye to nude and rude with one pain-free application
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The new DIY Home Clean Feed kit.
JANUARY 4, 2008, CANBERRA - After an overwhelming response to his tips on Clean Feeding your entire life, Mr Conroy announced he will release his trademark mirror silhouette kit on the retail market.
"At first I thought the idea was a little bit wacky" said Mr Conroy. "The whole idea of sticky taping paper to mirrors could seem outrageous to a lot people. I was wrong. People are lining up to buy my new DIY kits. Even more proof you shouldn't listen to people if they tell you your ideas are insane."
Mr Conroy's DIY Home Clean Feed Kit comes with:
- One life size body cutout. Fits all.
- Five strips of durable, A grade sticky tape finished in a deluxe silver coating.
- Instructional video cassette starring Mr Conroy (Rated PG).
- 3 year warranty (or however long the ALP remain in Government).
The Stephen Conroy DIY Home Clean Feed kit is available through AVON now at the mega low price of just $49.95.
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