The Electrical Toothbrush

When I say ‘electrical toothbrush’ I mean one of the posh ones that are really expensive, and we have already realised it was a waste of money. For one thing, my father spent the first month terrified water would interfere with its electrics and blow up, so it spent quite a while wrapped in cling film and kept on the drying rack. It often slipped between the bars of the drying rack so we were always losing it and when we did find it, it was never charged. The last time I saw it (uncharged) I put a post-it on it saying ‘charge this’ and had a tic-tac.


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