Severed child's hand iPhone accessory

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34 Responses to “Severed child's hand iPhone accessory”

  1. irksome says:

    Is the lotion included?

  2. chellberty says:

    lolWut?

  3. JProffitt71 says:

    What? Why!?

  4. KBert says:

    Unfortunately…
    *Some hand may vary in size and shape since each hand is made individually.
    *There is no hole for the camera. Please remove the case when taking pictures.
    Deal-breaker for me :(

  5. Makes me wish I had an iPhone.

  6. dr_awkward says:

    What? No camera-hole?  It clearly shows one in the picture.  I’m confused.

    Welcome to the phonecanny valley, folks…

  7. Hamish Grant says:

    this is one of those “what that…I don’t even…” -type products, isn’t it.

  8. Marktech says:

    Now, if the severed hand had still been clutching the phone, you could have made up a very credible backstory.

    • irksome says:

      Credible backstory: “This is what happens when you cut me off on my motorcycle as you exit the Piggly Wiggly while calling your bff to tell her that you just bought the 5-gallon tub of Chunky Monkey and are on your way home to eat it while watching the Oxygen channel before you cry yourself to sleep AGAIN.”

  9. Rob Cruickshank says:

    There’s a Palm OS joke to be made here, but I just can’t think of one. 

  10. Evan Kelley says:

    Well, sexting just got awkward.

  11. xenphilos says:

    Handshake controller?

  12. Sam Ley says:

    This is really stretching the definition of “accessory”…

  13. Sharon says:

    I don’t get it.

  14. cha0tic says:

    Paedophile wanking aid?

  15. Ah! Japanese. Now I understand.  Common appliance used for uncommon masturbatory fantasies.  Sheesh.

  16. dagfooyo says:

    My main complaint upon purchasing my iphone was that it didn’t come with a severed hand on the back.  Solved!

  17. fnarf says:

    How is this a “case”?

  18. smallteam says:

    At the price of $64.20 USD, you’d need to be wealthy — or REALLY into infant hands — to buy this one!

  19. cha0tic says:

    Dreamboard Merchandise?http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2011/aug/03/child-abuse-website-multiple-arrests

    Isn’t there a CSI episode with a fake hand taken from a life cast that’s used to incriminate someone else/disguise a murder?

    It’s a Murderers Friend?

  20. agonist says:

    Perhaps this is the potential beginnings of a new meme. Attach an impractical object to an iPhone and call it a case. Affix it to a salmon and you have the Salmon iPhone! Glue it to a sponge and you have the iPhone safety cushion! And so on and so forth.

    • cha0tic says:

      You might be on to something there. Is there a vibrate function on an iPhone? Glue a rubber Penis to an iPhone…

      • Trent Baker says:

        Yes, I’ve heard that there is a vibrate app that, well does exactly that for as long as you want. Now here is the hand attachment just so you can stop being subtle about it.

  21. jennybean42 says:

    That’s Handy

  22. Rayonic says:

    Perhaps it’s a commentary on child labor in the third world? You could tell people that a child lost his hand in the iPhone case making machine.

  23. Petzl says:

    I Can Haz Hand?

  24. No end of “Is that my phone? Could you hand it to me?” laughs

  25. If it were a black hand making the BLACK POWER fist, maaaaybe. Otherwise, this is creepy.

  26. Rob Cruickshank says:

    The same day this was posted, I saw this on Deal Extreme:

    “It looks like a normal mini hand but it is not”
    http://www.dealextreme.com/p/shock-your-friend-shocking-mini-hand-color-assorted-43160

    No end of fun with that one. “Hey, check out this mini-hand!”

    • DewiMorgan says:

      The most delightful part of the abnormal mini-hand is the comment by someone who had to whip out a soldering iron to repair the thing when it arrived, and called that “understandable” :P

  27. Mark Stephan says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_owarai_terms
    “dokkiri”:”Recently popularized in the west by shows such as Punk’d, these hidden-camera surprise pranks have been very common on Japanese television since the 90′s. Traps such as pitfalls, falling objects, and seductive idols are often used.”

    I still don’t get it :)

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