Addicted to novelty since 2001

Man Makes $500K With Fake Dog Testicles

With the exception of brides and new grandparents, I think pet owners are the softest touches in retail. Neuticles are a glowing example of too much money and attention being paid to one’s pet:

Over 100,000 caring pet owners Worldwide have selected Neuticles as a safe, practical and inexpensive option when neutering.

Neuticles allowing your pet to retain his natural look, self esteem and aids in the trauma associated with neutering.

With Neuticles- It’s like nothing ever changed!

You know, implant or not, I’m guessing the dog knows something’s changed. ABC News reports (via Dvorak) that the creator of the Neuticle recently won an Ig Nobel prize, and has made over US $500,000 on his invention.

I hope dog owners don’t get testy about this entry–I had a ball writing it. Ah, they’re nuts anyway. If things get too hairy, I can just excise it.

I’ll stop now.

6 Responses to “Man Makes $500K With Fake Dog Testicles”

  1. Darren

    Nice. I was trying to work ‘gonad’ in, but couldn’t come up with anything.

  2. 'nee

    Darren, that was just terrible. :) Classic vaudville terrible, 1960s-William-Shatner terrible, terrible! But funny.

  3. Sean Hagen

    Warning to others: don’t read that entry while drinking anything.

    I may need a new keyboard.

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