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January 18, 2014

CSI: ELIZABETHTON

Carter Co. woman charged with stealing antique 'pelvic massager'

(Thanks to Bill Hudgins)

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Understandable - they don't make 'em like they used to.

Hey, I got your "pelvis massager" right here.

Never saw that item on the Road Show.

I'll the owner is just thrilled to have the item and his name published in the local paper. In Johnson City, yet.

She DOES look like she could use some cheering up.
Hope it runs on 110 instead of 220.
'Course, if it's really old, we may be looking at horsepower.

Old time Twerking device?

No one wants to admit their pelvis is antique.

Reminds me of Little Shop of Horrors.

For your erudition, there are both virtual and actual vibrator museums. See:

http://www.vibratormuseum.com/
http://www.vintagevibrators.com/
http://antiquevibratormuseum.com/

Today there's an app for that.

I'm sure Mrs. Matherly was pleased this theft was promptly reported and the thief apprehended. I wonder whether she'll be called upon to testify as to ownership.

Plastic or latex? How can it be "antique" if it's plastic or latex?

Splinters were a hazard.

Not at all surprising that a museum of antique pelvic massagers is located in 'johnson' city.

Antique Pelvis?

Just another doctoral candidate.

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