Dry your geckos perfectly, every time!
Blog Guy, I know you’re a serious foodie, and I have a kitchen appliance question.
Sure. Williams-Sonoma, about $200.00.
Excuse me? I didn’t even ask the question yet.
It doesn’t matter. Just go to their Website and you’ll find an expensive electrical appliance for every job you have in the kitchen.
Now, what’s your specific need?
How can I dry my coconuts for cooking?
They probably make an Electric Home Coconut Dryer, I’m guessing maybe $269.95.
Gosh, that sounds a bit steep. Can I also use that to dry my geckos?
Are you insane? No, you’ll need the Electric Home Gecko Dryer, $249.95.
Look, I can’t afford all that. Excuse me, I have to get back to drying my fresh batch of dung cakes now.
Dung cakes? Why dry them the old-fashioned way when there’s an Electric Dung Cake Dryer for just 199.95?
Really? That’s very tempting. Let me dry off my hands and make a note.
Stop! Throw away that towel and order the Electric Super Hand Dryer, $229.95…
Top: A worker dries coconuts on a roadside at the coastal region of Chellanam, India, January 7, 2011. REUTERS/Sivaram V
Left: Dead geckos as seen before a drying process at Siwalan Tegal village in Probolinggo, Indonesia, December 17, 2009. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas
Right: A woman makes dung cakes on the outskirts of Lahore, Pakistan, January 19, 2011. The cakes are dried and used as fuel or in building mud houses. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza