..on my 'Should I buy the Kindle Fire, iPad or Nook Color?' hub, one of the hubs under the 'Other's are also reading' section another of my hubs is listed......
....'How to use a bidet'
I really don't want to see that person's Kindle!
My "others" appear to be relevant, fortunately.
Having the "others" and the similarly formatted ads right next to each other makes me a little nervous though...
Edit: But only a little.
What, you haven't heard of the new Books & Co. Bidet? It's the ultimate bathroom e-reader! They're hoping to find an untapped niche and freshen it up!
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