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Sunday, February 3, 2013

WTFckery of Not? You Decide

Happy, OMG I think I've been scarred by this Sunday's WTFckery!

1. It's not a true WTFckery with some WTF books!

Good thing this model has a bra made of two hands to keep her balloon size boobs in check:


The Queen rules in a the giant shaped penis castle:


How can I not want to read a book that has a hero who "He wants everything: her body, her land, her womb."?? And impregnation sex.... oh my.


Synopsis: When young Rene moves back to her family ranch, love and breeding are about the last wonders she expects to discover. She's the last of her line, and so is Norman McCoy, a rough landowner she hasn't seen since High School.

She's immediately attracted to his dark charm, but letting romance take root slowly isn't on Norman's agenda. He's obsessed with bringing out her true feelings for him by any means possible - even if it means using a dark secret from Rene's past to bend her to his will.

For Norman, blackmail is the quickest path to place her in breeding bondage. He wants everything: her body, her land, her womb. And he will stop at nothing to make her submit and bind her bloodline to his, right where it belongs, on the ancestral lands their families have inhabited for generations.

This story contains vivid scenes of hard domination, impregnation sex, and passionate love spawned from total surrender.


2. Wouldn't it be great to have your own monster chair that could possibly swallow you whole? From Yank O Design:

"When designer Jason Goh would play with his food as a child (his favorite being fish balls), his grandma came up with a scary fish ball monster story to deter him. She said that if he kept playing the fish balls would turn into a big hairy monster and eat him up! Bringing the story to life, this monstrous Moyee  chair inspires play in kids and adults alike. The body of the chair is constructed similar to the Roly-Poly toy, where the user can rock the ball without rolling the entire chair over. With mood lighting inside, it’s a perfect place to read a story or just hang out."

3. Speaking on monstrous, I wish I never found UndeadTeds on tumblr. *sits in corner and rocks*. Sob zombie teddy bears!


4. How naughty is this really? From Huff Po Home:


5. Who knew wearing jeans for a month without washing them will help you lose weight? From Huff Po Style:

"Wrangler aims to double its womenswear sales over the next three years with the help of a jeans range that moisturizes women’s legs."

"The "Denim Spa" line of skinny jeans, which holds popular skincare ingredients like apricot kernel oil and shea butter within the fabric, apparently hydrates your skin while you wear them. And if that isn't enough of a draw, the Smooth Legs moisturizing jeans -- one of three finishes -- supposedly help reduce cellulite as well. Sounds too good to be true, right?

It's actually not the first time jeans have been purported to treat cellulite, which affects an estimated 95 percent of women. As discussed during a segment on "The Doctors" last year, a French manufacturer claimed to have developed denim infused with active ingredients, such as green tea, that helps fight cellulite. However, as co-host Dr. Andrew Ordon pointed out, the anti-cellulite jeans would only help if you wore them for an extended period of time -- 28 days, for example -- without washing them."

6. Because we all need our own Pee Wee Herman cycling suit. From Io9:

"This skinsuit is made of the best quality polyester fabric mix, allowing for durability, flexibility and style. Designed to help you tackle those bike rides with humor, this skinsuit is a classic, a must have for any cyclist fan of the character.. Only $150.

7. People sure do love their pets, but wearing sweaters created from their god's fur may be going a bit too far. From Io9:


"These seemingly innocent portraits of people with their prized pooches aren’t all that they seem. If you take a closer look at the nice fur sweaters the owners are sporting, you’ll notice that they really resemble the dogs sitting loyally by their side. Catch my drift? Yep, these owners have brushed and brushed and brushed their fluffy friends until enough fur has gathered to be spun into yarn and knitted. It’s nearly as big a fashion faux pas as outfit matching twins…"

8. I do love me some chocolate but eating chocolate faces isn't something I don't find appetizing at all. From HuffPo Food:


"FabCafe, a restaurant in the Shibuya area of Tokyo, Japan is holding an event that allows women to scan their faces to make a silicon mold that's then used to make the truffle.

The event, which costs $68 (¥6,000) to complete, is unfortunately for ladies only because women traditionally give chocolate rather than receive on Valentine's Day in Japan. Not to worry, fellas -- you'll have your chance to make chocolate heads in March on White Day, when men traditionally give chocolate."

9. These homemade R2D2 heels are an awesome WTFckery. If I wore these, I would probably end up limping. From Instructables:


"The wide heel of these shoes was removed and replaced with a steel bolt to provide strength and support, but at a fraction of the size. An R2D2 toy covers the heel bolt, and the toes have been decorated with lenses, blue accents, and a blinking red LED to let everyone know just how this droid rolls."

10. And your Regretsy WTFckery is a not so unique shaped type of pendant:


I hope you enjoyed this week's best in the WTFckery!

Katiebabs