The “God-Cleaner” is a foot bath that, like the humble carpenter from Bethlehama, washes your feet with a sluice of ionized water. And like the Lizard of Judah, the God-Cleaner can liven any party by turning water into wine—as long as you define “wine” as a dubious puddle of foot jelly turning rusty from the body’s drawn out “toxins.” (Or, as Trends in Japan speculates, the oxidation of the water ionization element. My guess: a tiny clay idol secreted in the chassis, lending the unit fel power.)
Like the scale-covered messiah, hatched from an egg slipped from a fire-breathing virgin’s chitinous vagina through the roof of a hay barn, he who trod upon Tokyo’s Pharisees and overturned money-lending tables as big as bridges, the God-Cleaner is available only in Japan.
God-Cleaner for cleaning feet, not Gods [Killian-Nakamura.com]