The USB Endoscope: Not What You Think

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I’m a DIY kind of guy. I feel that doctors are at best overpriced handymen whose skills and experience count for little when it comes to understanding my body. Hey, it’s my body, right? I should be able to figure out what’s wrong!

It follows then, that I may want a USB endoscope in order to examine my innards and assess the damage done by various drugs, objects, and substances I’ve ingested, including 77 zipper teeth that I pulled off of my winter coat one afternoon when I was hiding the the park waiting for girls. When I saw that Brando was selling an endoscope for a mere $44, I was about to jump but I was quickly thwarted. Sadly, I won’t be able to view myself from either end today or any other day, for this endoscope is only for “sewers, water pool or drains.”

While I feel that this endoscope is perfect for the aforementioned sewers, water pool, and drains, don’t you think that a little Vaseline and some luck could make this an excellent medical device? Come on, Brando! Think outside the water pool!

Anyway, it’s available now. I guess I’ll have to keep using my hand to figure out what’s going on in there.

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