Man’s greatest fear is sliding one past the goalie and accidentally impregnating someone whom you didn’t want to. Even worse is when a crazy girl might attempt to rope you in by saying she is pregnant when she actually isn’t. Bad news: A website will now make them faking it even easier.
Website FakeABaby.com claims to be home to “The best gag gifts on Earth,” including fake sonograms, fake pregnancy bellies, and now, a $19.95 fake pregnancy test.
The lone deterrent on the site? A small checkbox on any item purchase that asks users to avow that “I Agree Not to Use This Product for Illegal and or Fraudulent Purposes” and a lengthy byline at the bottom of pages that warns users about how to use the product:
“This item has the potential to be used irresponsibly. By completing and submitting the form below, you agree not to use this product for purposes which may be illegal, immoral, fraudulent or hurtful to others. Like almost any item in existence, this product may be used for fun or for evil, depending solely on the intentions of the user. It is designed as a novelty/gag device.
“We do not sell products with real doctors names or use signatures of any kind. All products are stamped FOR ENTERTAINMENT ONLY.”
So the next time you break up with an ex whom you may have played fast and loose with protection with and she doesn’t take it well, make sure to keep your eye peeled for a small “For Entertainment Only” stamp. Because that’s exactly what you want to do in between the tears and shouting. Fun pranks!