Let me be clear up front: Mockazine respects a mother's right to decide when she wants to ween her baby. Mockazine also respects the notion that private things should remain private.
That said, Time Magazine took an intensly intimate and personal activity and turned it into a salacious magazine cover. Bad move for Time, good move for Mockazine. I foresee a very popular meme featuring little Sucklebert attached to all kinds of strange objects.
SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- A South Carolina man was released from jail Monday after being held overnight for an arrest that was sparked by the fake testicles displayed on the back of his truck.
Joe Cervantes-Rodriguez, 31, was driving Sunday evening in Spartanburg when he was stopped by a sheriff's deputy who noticed an "obscene object" hanging from the truck's rear bumper.
An arrest report obtained by the website The Smoking Gun described the object as "a pair of large fleshy testicles" that were "flesh colored, anatomically correct, approximately the size of a softball, and in clear view of the public."
The novelty item is called "TruckNutz" by the company that sells it.
The deputy pulled Cervantes-Rodriguez over and told him the reason for the stop was "the large testicles," according to the report.
The equipment starts at 140,000 yen ($1,748) with games costing 10,000 yen ($125) apiece, according to Engadget Japan. An optional box that accepts 10-yen coins as payment is also available for 25,000 yen ($312).
If you're planning a trip to the dentist, it might not be the wisest decision to make your appointment with the person you just broke up with.
A Polish woman is facing three years in prison after she removed all of her ex-boyfriend's teeth during dental surgery just days after their breakup.
"I tried to be professional and detach myself from my emotions," Anna Mackowiak, 34, told the Austrian Times. "But when I saw him lying there I just thought, 'What a bastard' and decided to take all his teeth out."