Meet Desiré Dubounet: prolific gadget patenter and healing space medicine drag queen YouTube starlet

Robert Popper discovered this one, and suggests that it is very likely the new "Pardon Me." But oh, there's more...

Desiré Dubounet is the nom de drag of a fellow named Bill Nelson, whose website proclaims Dubounet/Nelson to be:

The MAN Who created the term "Quantum medicine"
Who created the first "Quantum Consciousness Interface" known as QXCI
Who discovered the Xrroid process, Subspace and the Trivector field
(besides many other terms he does not know how to explain)
Who got the FDA register the first Quantum device in history called EPFX
(sorrily for him that the FDA already 19 years later found out that he misbranded it as "biofeedback" device, and now revoked the registration and declared an import ban ) Who brought Apollo 13 safely back from the moon (see details below)
Has jumped another Quantum Leap
He crossed over in female territory (also called forbidden zone in quantum theory)
And now calls himself


Video link, and Desiré's website is here.

There are many gems in Desiré's YouTube channel, not least of which is her "Sugar Coated Message To Media from Desire Dubounet."

Update: This blog post links to a number of news articles that portray the subject of this blog post as something less sympathetic: a career criminal and fraud artist:

Capitalizing on weak government oversight, they have used these devices -- some illegal, others potentially dangerous -- to drain patients' bank accounts, misdiagnose diseases, and divert critically ill people from life-saving care.


  1. uh, I’m just gonna’ be leaving this space-time locality as desiré’s ego clearly needs all the room it can get.

  2. Oh man. The world is full of idiots. I’ll never be in want of a reason to shake my head.


    Now announcing the QshakeX*, a bio-quantum head oscillator!

    *patent pending

  3. Wow – After looking at the website, i think this he-she needs to join forces with Kim Jong Il to form the most super-amazing team in the history of the universe!

  4. This would be hilarious if this guy and his “inventions” weren’t responsible for preventing a lot of people from getting *real* medical help.

    What the hell, it’s still hilarious.

  5. Desiré as a super intelligent child was the first to max several intelligent tests.

    The tests themselves were intelligent? Man, my SATs were hard enough without them constantly adapting in an attempt to defeat me.

  6. Jesus, that version of Crying is amazing! Sounds distinctly like Will Ferrell going for laughs. Especially the super-flat “big” notes..


  7. Cannot wait for you guys to boing the blog of some perfectly normal, hard working, well adjusted, attractive, non exhibitionist, M2F mother of three. Of course those women don’t actually go on Jerry Springer or make fools of themselves. Instead everyone thinks M2Fs are all like this.

  8. It’s embarrassing to admit that I’ve suffered from the Xrroid process; unfortunately I haven’t found any Preparation X to cure it.

  9. Wow, what a throwback! Not sure if s/he still does, but for years Ms. Dubonet lived in Budapest, Hungary, where I also lived for a time. I thought it was the coolest thing that such a colorful person could survive (and even thrive, starting several club/lounge establishments despite, or perhaps in spite of, Hungary’s byzantine business licensing process) in a place where the biggest police presence of the year is to escort the small PRIDE parade each fall.

    Unfortunately, I never got to meet him/her, but I met one of her close associates, a guy named Bruce who had started an offshoot lounge of Desire’s Club Alibi called simply ‘Bitch’. Very cool place, had a sort of “walk the plank into the swank” atmosphere and FashionTV on the screens.

    Anyway, glad to see Boing Boing pick up on this curiosity.

  10. He looks exactly what I imagine a shaved sasquatch with a blond wig and attire from Bea Arthur would look like. Exactly.

  11. Double coffee for me and a lithium bicarbonate for the lady, oh, and she’ll have a one-way-bus-ticket chaser.

  12. They’re also covered in some depth in articles at (the same place that did the magstrip-with-iron-filings a while back).

Comments are closed.