Posted May 08, 2018 05:16:28 The title says it all.
A bath towel shelf that charges $1,000 for a 10-foot shelf.
And that’s a great deal for anyone who uses a shower or a tub or a toilet.
But that is exactly what these people are charging.
The costco Bath towel shelf is the latest in a series of bizarre products that cost more than $100.
The shelves, which are designed to last a lifetime, are also advertised as being able to store towels for a total of two minutes.
This is just a big lie, and it’s actually quite simple.
It turns out the shelf is designed to charge for just the amount of time that you put it on the shelf.
If you place it on a shelf with other items, it charges $100 for the 10-minute charge, and then the shelf charges $5 for each additional minute.
And this is not even including the $2.99 cost of the towel, which is used for a second wash.
The $1.99 charge is a little trickier to track down, but a quick search for Bath towel shelves on Amazon.com found a few sites that offer similar products.
One of them is Amazon, which offers $1 Bath towel rack, and a product called $1 towel shelf for $24.99.
The product page for this $1 bath towel rack claims to be designed for the average customer.
It also claims that the rack will last “10 minutes.”
The claim is false.
It will take 10 minutes to charge and charge again.
The shelf charges you $1 for the first charge, then $1 again for each second charge.
And the last charge is $1 plus $1 and $1 to the $1 in the first place.
So this is a scam.
The claim that this $100 towel rack will take you 10 minutes is false, and the claim that it will last 10 minutes.
And it is an elaborate scam.
And yet, people are buying this $2 product on Amazon and using it to get more than their money’s worth.
You can see how easy it is to make money off of these products.
They have the same packaging, the same price, and they all have similar claims.
And, as far as we know, none of them actually charge you anything for their services.