Skip to comments.‘Have fun pranking friends and family’: Positive pregnancy tests being sold online
Posted on 01/16/2014 12:38:31 AM PST by Slings and Arrows
Online sellers are marketing positive pregnancy tests as pranks.
The products, which sell for £4.99, show two lines or a plus sign indicating a positive result.
One eBay listing reads: Have fun pranking friends and family with this positive test :)
However, another warns: These are meant for adult humour only and not to be used to cause distress or tension.
There is even a website called FakeABaby.com which sells personalised fake ultrasounds in 2D and 3D.
These are actually used by women to lie to their boyfriends to get the suckers to marry them.
But I guess they can’t say that so now they are ‘pranks.’
Not sure why someone would want to start a marriage with a huge lie, but that’s what the deal is. Now that men can get sex easily from post-Christian American women, I suppose the big lie is needed to get marriage.
I hope my Nigerian girlfriend doesn’t hear about these!
This reminds me of seeing “messagers” in magazines when I was a kid. I remember wondering why they would be shaped like that. I mean, if your back hurts why rub a penis shaped object over it?
If a woman pulled this on the wrong guy she could end up dead.
It certainly could be the end of a relationship when the guy learns the truth.
I dont think I would find it funny.
> These are actually used by women to lie to their boyfriends to get the suckers to marry them.
Cue Nicholas Cage...
> This reminds me of seeing messagers in
magazines when I was a kid. I remember wondering why they would be shaped like that
That’s the message!
Once you get that $15 million she promised you you can afford child support.
“LAZ WAS HERE”
Forewarned is forearmed.
.....yeah give Granny a heart attack, she’s waited so long for her favorite grand daughter to conceive. Just imagine all the fun of seeing emergency personal responding in a snow storm......All those smiling faces...
Those have been out for a while, probably a decade easy.
I can’t see what would go wrong with this. /s
What’s next—a fake written diagnosis of syphilis or gonorrhea to share with someone with whom you’ve been intimate? One for AIDS would be a real knee-slapper.
The girls may just use them to get money for an abortion.
I would say to hear, “no don’t abort OUR baby, if you don’t want the baby, I can take the baby, and you never have to hear from either one of us again.”
Probably wouldn’t work, she would just have the abortion anyway, and I would never see her again.
Better order early before April 1st.
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