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Honda Walking Assistance Device


#1

This will be great or terrible. Although I see it and think of Ripley in "Aliens".

The device helps support your weight, gives your joints a break, gently propels you forward, and helps you climb and crouch. It is being tested in Japan


#2

[quote]OctoberGirl wrote:
This will be great or terrible. Although I see it and think of Ripley in “Aliens”.

The device helps support your weight, gives your joints a break, gently propels you forward, and helps you climb and crouch. It is being tested in Japan[/quote]

If it massages the buttocks, then I will have to purchase one.

I can see this being a great help to the elderly or handicapped. But its most likely that lazy people with money will buy it.


#3

[quote]WolBarret wrote:
OctoberGirl wrote:
This will be great or terrible. Although I see it and think of Ripley in “Aliens”.

The device helps support your weight, gives your joints a break, gently propels you forward, and helps you climb and crouch. It is being tested in Japan

If it massages the buttocks, then I will have to purchase one.

I can see this being a great help to the elderly or handicapped. But its most likely that lazy people with money will buy it.[/quote]

if they had a vibration option on it… well… I pretty much would have to get one


#4

[quote]OctoberGirl wrote:
WolBarret wrote:
OctoberGirl wrote:
This will be great or terrible. Although I see it and think of Ripley in “Aliens”.

The device helps support your weight, gives your joints a break, gently propels you forward, and helps you climb and crouch. It is being tested in Japan

If it massages the buttocks, then I will have to purchase one.

I can see this being a great help to the elderly or handicapped. But its most likely that lazy people with money will buy it.

if they had a vibration option on it… well… I pretty much would have to get one
[/quote]

I think that’s the Super Deluxe version.


#5

[quote]OctoberGirl wrote:
WolBarret wrote:
OctoberGirl wrote:
This will be great or terrible. Although I see it and think of Ripley in “Aliens”.

The device helps support your weight, gives your joints a break, gently propels you forward, and helps you climb and crouch. It is being tested in Japan

If it massages the buttocks, then I will have to purchase one.

I can see this being a great help to the elderly or handicapped. But its most likely that lazy people with money will buy it.

if they had a vibration option on it… well… I pretty much would have to get one
[/quote]

That could be dangerous with stairs involved… yeah I would have to get one too then…


#6

[quote]WolBarret wrote:

I can see this being a great help to the elderly or handicapped. [/quote]

Or people with nasty arthritis…


#7

[quote]countingbeans wrote:
WolBarret wrote:

I can see this being a great help to the elderly or handicapped.

Or people with nasty arthritis…

[/quote]

Or people with the flu.


#8

[quote]WolBarret wrote:
countingbeans wrote:
WolBarret wrote:

I can see this being a great help to the elderly or handicapped.

Or people with nasty arthritis…

Or people with the flu.
[/quote]

or people recovering from injury


#9

[quote]OctoberGirl wrote:
WolBarret wrote:
countingbeans wrote:
WolBarret wrote:

I can see this being a great help to the elderly or handicapped.

Or people with nasty arthritis…

Or people with the flu.

or people recovering from injury

[/quote]

or women wanting some more fun in their life (vibrating edition only)


#10

This could completely change the way people stand in lines at amusement parks.


#11

[quote]jo3 wrote:
OctoberGirl wrote:
WolBarret wrote:
countingbeans wrote:
WolBarret wrote:

I can see this being a great help to the elderly or handicapped.

Or people with nasty arthritis…

Or people with the flu.

or people recovering from injury

or women wanting some more fun in their life (vibrating edition only)[/quote]

Maybe if I write them a letter they could include this option in future models.

This is the first step towards those acceleration suits in G. I. Joe


#12

[quote]WS4JB wrote:
This could completely change the way people stand in lines at amusement parks.[/quote]

You mean instead of using a fucking rascal… I hate when fatasses skip the line becasue they are too lazy to walk or stand and rent one, pisses me off to no end


#13

[quote]OctoberGirl wrote:
jo3 wrote:
OctoberGirl wrote:
WolBarret wrote:
countingbeans wrote:
WolBarret wrote:

I can see this being a great help to the elderly or handicapped.

Or people with nasty arthritis…

Or people with the flu.

or people recovering from injury

or women wanting some more fun in their life (vibrating edition only)

Maybe if I write them a letter they could include this option in future models.

This is the first step towards those acceleration suits in G. I. Joe

[/quote]

This is the Drunk mans fantasy. After Ten shots of Tequila or Quervo Black then you turn that puppy to Bionic and trot home.

Order me one with some room in the back for my ample BUTTOCKS