“Jimmy Kimmel Live” parodied suggestive workout equipment with a this hilarious spoof ad for the Tug Toner — a piece of gear that simulates c**k rocking with more flair than the Shake Weight and the Free Flexor combined. I really wish this was real. I’d give anything to see fellow gym goers yanking that giant, pink penis. [Ad Week]
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A few weeks ago, we received the worst press release ever. Fleshlight, the purveyor of fine synthetic vagina-like products for men, sent us a PR pitch about getting dad “the best gift a father could ask for.” We think they were kidding. But we still needed to scrub our brains with bleach, then spray them with Lysol and Swiffer their tiny crevices.
Kaley Cuoco of “The Big Bang Theory” apparently loves infomercials, and didn’t get why Ellen made fun of the Shake Weight. But the reason became clear to her as she demonstrated it on Ellen’s show. Her face got red as she said it was “good practice.” “This is so dumb,” she said. “I can’t believe I ordered this.” Then Ellen dared her, “Try to make it not look dirty.” Cute. “This brings back such memories,” said Kaley before getting embarrassed all over again. [FYI, I bought the Shake Weight and was disappointed to discover it was not battery-powered. -- Editor] [PopWrap] Keep reading »
I gotta be honest, y’all. I kind of want to try the Shake Weight. Sure, it makes your arms look like they’re giving a fairly vigorous handy, but is that really so embarrassing if you’re doing it in the privacy of your own home while wearing workout clothes? “Saturday Night Live” hilariously spoofed the, uh, sexual nature of the product’s infomercial, but that didn’t do much to dissuade my interest. My upper arms need some work. Seriously, Shake Weight people — send me one to test out! Keep reading »
Everyone wants Michelle Obama’s amazing arms. However, no one wants to work to actually get them. Voilà the Shake Weight, a “revolutionary” exercise gadget for women that guarantees bangin’ muscles. All you do is hold the weight in front of you, grip the movable handle with both hands, and shake, shake, shake. You hardly have to move at all thanks to a made-up sounding concept called “dynamic inertia.” The best part? You need only spend six minutes a day looking like a complete idiot to get the super toned, lean arms you’ve always wanted. Don’t believe it? Extensive studies were conducted at a “prestigious California university.” Would that be the California University of New Technologies? (Think about it.) [YouTube] Keep reading »