Kid-Created Crapper Cover Closer, Wedgie-Proof Underwear

By: Ben Preiss - Published: Nov 4, 2007 • References: dispatch & siouxcityjournal
Young inventors featured on The Ellen DeGeneres Show include a nine-year-old from Iowa who invented a device to hold up and replace the toilet seat called the “Privy Prop” and eight year old twins from Ohio who invented wedgie-proof Velcro tear-away underwear called "Rip Away 1000." Its innovations like these that make America great. First, of course, the wedgie must be exported, and then orders for Rip Away 1000s will come streaming in from all over the world.

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