Oh goodness me. We're getting an avalanche of expenses minutiae now...this list is from the Evening Standard. Why would a male Tory MP need Tampax?!
Ikea carrier bag: bought for 5p by Scottish Labour MP.
Chocolate Santa Claus: 59p - claimed in 2006 by a Welsh Labour MP.
Pizza cutter: £3 from the Bodum shop in Oxfordshire for a Tory backbencher.
Jellied eels: bought for £1.31 and claimed by an Essex MP.
Ant killer: £3.99 at Homebase for a north of England Conservative MP.
Ginger Crinkle biscuits: 67p, for a Labour MP in 2007.
Potato peeler: £4.50, for a Tory MP.
Cesar dog food: two tins of chicken and turkey flavour 78p, claimed by female Tory MP.
Illuminated Revlon make-up mirror: bought from John Lewis by a female Labour MP for £19.95.
Jaffa Cakes: two packs, at a cost of £1.60, charged by a junior minister.
Lavatory brush holder: £9.99, claimed by a male Liberal Democrat MP.
Horse manure: £10 a bag and bought by a Tory MP for his country home.
Maltesers: the 45p bag was part of bill from Focus DIY by a Labour MP.
Tampax: two packets, at £1.11 each, bought by male Tory MP who lost his seat in 2005.
Ice cube tray: £1.50 from M&S for a former Labour Cabinet member.
Kit Kat: £2.50, from the minibar of the Sherlock Holmes Hotel in London, for a female MP.