As we learned a few months ago, Amazon.com is apparently a hidden treasure trove of aspiring comedy writers. Digging up ridiculous products and writing amazingly sarcastic reviews for them has become the Internet's favorite pastime.
So let us salute more of these works of unappreciated genius.
8Male Testicular Exam Model Anatomy
Yep. That is a rubber scrotum. Before you pull out your credit card, it's currently going for about $150, and it comes with realistic tumors built in to train people how to check for tumors of the balls. Reviewers have found more uses though:
Meanwhile, it seems like its intended use is problematic for the non-professional:
And finally, Timothy has a practical cost-benefit analysis:
Just as an aside, the price being $151 now, that's only 302 fondles a month you'll need to reach that value target.
Dads, do you like to give your children piggyback rides but don't find it creepy enough? How about an actual saddle? The kind you would put on a horse?
And there's no reason it only needs to go on dads. It can be used to evoke an uncomfortable feeling of misogyny just as well as it can evoke inappropriate images of adult-child contact.
Wandrwoman, clearly an experienced equestrian, has some practical tips: