Saturday, August 13, 2011

GIVE THE GIFT OF HEPATITIS!


Looking for a way to show that special someone how much your really care? How about HEP-A  – in plush toy form? Contract one for only $8.95 on Amazon. Collect the clap, the pox, Ebola and more. Each one hand sewn in the shape of that particular microbe. Also included with purchase are handy-dandy medical tips on how to avoid the real versions of these nasty little bugs. 

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18 comments:

  1. How adorable! My particular fave is the Multiple-Resistant staphylococcus aureus.

    I think there's potential for a kid's show, possibly followed by a 3-D movie (with tie-in Happy Meals and souvenirs at McDonald's), and a Microbes On Ice tour of the nation's farm team hockey arenas.

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  2. This is the perfect gift for that special someone.

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  3. Umm... I'm not sure who would want this, but someone has probably bought it!

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  4. I gave my husband the herpes one for valentines day a few years ago. I am pretty sure it was the most romantic gesture I have ever made.

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  5. I think blogger Lydia Kang was giving away those plushies during a contest last year...

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  6. Disease never looked so adorable.

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  7. Pretty stinkin' cute, really. Almost huggable, even!

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  8. Too funny. Hand made for only $8.95 sounds too good to be true. Maybe I will have to give Hep-A to all my special friends.

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  9. I thought stuffed toys of "real-looking" buns and sandwiches would be all, but NO. The universe has to give us DISEASES.

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  10. This HEP-A cuddle ball thingy, kind of makes you want to get Hep-A...in real life.

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  11. This is just hilarious. I can see sitcoms exploiting this thing.

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  12. I can't wait to get one for Valentine's Day.

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  13. You are nothing if not a giving soul. Looks like an infected Honeycomb cereal bit.

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  14. No stuff animal collection is complete without some of these things...

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  15. is there one for Polio or the Plague?

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