More amusing Amazon reader reviews

siliconebollock.jpgFinally available at Amazon is this "male testicular exam model," which comes with two free embedded tumors. Spotted by BB readers as a "customers who viewed this also viewed" link from our post concerning $7k speaker cables, the journey continues: customers who viewed this also viewed Inflatable Toast.



  1. Now if we did train the TSA agents to also detect testicular tumours, then they might actually do some good.

  2. Which inevitably leads to the books The Making of the Atomic Bomb [Paperback] and Uranium: War, Energy and the Rock That Shaped the World [Bargain Price] [Hardcover]. I think the internet just reached its conclusion.

  3. Yeah, yeah… yodeling pickles and squirrel undies are all very well, but that picture above is hurting me. Ow!

  4. …I’ve got big balls
    I’ve got big balls
    They’re such big balls
    And they’re dirty big balls
    And he’s got big balls
    And she’s got big balls
    (But we’ve got the biggest balls of them all)

    And my balls are always bouncing
    My ballroom always full…

  5. I understand that genitalia and any models of them are funny, but there might be a use to this. As a longtime testicle owner I’m often warned of the dreadful ball cancer. Along with these warnings come reminders to test your balls for lumps, but have you ever felt a testicle? They aren’t exactly spherical so I’ve often wondered what the heck these lumps feel like. If I ever found myself so lucky to see one of these I’d give it a TSA pat down.

  6. “My neck thanks you AutoExec! My breasts are very cumbersome, and causes some neck and back pain, especially after being on my feet all night at work. As a professional dancer, it is important I feel my best. And now, on my way home to my trailer out in the woods, I get much needed relief with the Wheelmate Steering Wheel Desk Tray!
    (can you make them in hot pink?)”

  7. I used to know an endocrinologist, an attractive single woman, who carried in her coat pocket a set of wooden ovoids-on-a-string representing testicles of various sizes and labeled with the mass in grams of the testes.

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