Missouri Rep. Todd Akin made the nation's collective jaw drop on Sunday with the comment that "legitimate rape" victims rarely get pregnant because they have "ways to try to shut that whole thing down." Hear that, ladies? We have magic vaginas!
Comedians have already had a field day mocking the congressman's use of nonsense to support his extreme opposition to abortion on Twitter and the spoofs continue to roll out. Take this little picture from Happy Place, for example. They went ahead and imagined what a pregnancy test might look like if Mr. Akin's theories were in fact true.
As you can imagine, the resulting product and ad are pretty ridiculous:
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Isn't it just the worst when you go to your local Blockbuster to rent a DVD and the person before you forgot to rewind it?
We refuse to believe this works better than a little vaseline.
"Up" comes to the real world with this "dog translator." If this really worked it would actually be kind of terrifying.
We're not saying that eating cookies WON'T make your breasts bigger, we're just saying that they'll also make the rest of you bigger.
OK, so a delayed-release energy booster doesn't sound THAT crazy, but a product that promises to make you "become a 'Morning Person' overnight" just makes us laugh.
Like the flying cars and hover boards of "Back To The Future," here's one more futuristic product that probably won't become standard by 2015.
Not only does this take all the fun out of traditional s'mores, but it's just a plastic box that you microwave them in. Better to spend your $13 on extra chocolate and marshmallows.
If you need something to stop you from masturbating every six hours, maybe you should try something stronger than gum?
"What could go wrong?" - Someone about to have a terrible first date.
If you really need these to appreciate the outside world, you might as well just go back inside and keep watching TV.
This pad sticks to your underwear and claims to neutralize gas odors. Seriously, just watch the video.
The Bubelle dress reports to change color with your mood. Although we're sure it's using some super advanced technology, we can't help but think of how well mood rings work.
They do work... if you press really hard, we guess.