- What’s the strangest thing you’ve seen sold by vending machine?
On the A5, just north of Towcester , is Jack Hill Cafe. Essentially, it is a transport cafe, but also a meeting place for bikers etc, because of it’s cheap and substantial breakfasts. And it’s great customer service (okay, that was lie).Posted 1 month ago
It is also an overnight lorry park.
In the vending machine, in the men’s toilets, it used to sell battery powered vibrators.
Why does anyone suddenly need a battery powered vibrator?MTB-IdleMember
Should you forget to buy your Beaufort at the Bourg coop vending machine, you can be rest assured that there’s also one at Moutiers Railway Station!
Having stayed in Moutiers for a week in July I can confirm that this is the most interesting fact and attractive feature of said town – what a dump. (Great riding available nearby however).
For me one of the tech floors in our office tower block has a tech vending machine where you can get a new mouse, keyboard, RAM etc.Posted 1 month agoPJM1974Member
Inner tubes at the road side in france.
Trufax – I’ve never once met a French person that I didn’t like.
You can achieve a similar effect with a half inflated balloon and some hand cream. Single use, too!
Pretty much described pulling in a nightclub in semi rural north Essex, during the early 1990s there.
Why does anyone suddenly need a battery powered vibrator?
Because a steam turbine could scald people?Posted 1 month agoGrahamSSubscriber
Not quite the strangest, given the impressive competition, but I’ve noticed many vending machines in Newcastle city centre that sell “emergency shoes” for women that have come out in ridiculous heels that they can’t walk in after one Prosecco too many.
Better than the alternative I guess…
Posted 6 days agofozzieMember
A little background info about maggot vending machines.Posted 5 days ago
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