A man is crowdfunding so he can start making scrotum rucksacks

Evan Bartlett@ev_bartlett
Thursday 05 November 2015 17:30

Warning: This post contains pictures of rucksacks that look like testicles. You should leave now if you think you'll be offended by that.

A Canadian man is crowdfunding on Indiegogo so he can start manufacturing a rucksack that looks incredibly like a massive scrotum.


Picture: Scrote'n'Tote/Indiegogo

"Scrote'n'Tote: The Satchel of Life" was an internet sensation last year after a photo of Daniel Bitten, the man behind the campaign, wearing one in public went viral.

Since then, thousands of requests to acquire this life changing product have poured in. As a result, out of a sense of profound humanitarianism, I and several friends have had to interrupt our lives in order to fully dedicate our lives to the production of lifelike, hideous, giant scrotum backpacks.

Picture: Scrote'n'Tote/Indiegogo

Bitten explains that the disturbingly accurate sack, which comes in both "ebony" and "ivory" models, is made from 100 per cent pure "scro-tex" material.

If the funding goal of $33,000 (£21,600) is met, the bags will go on sale for $120 each, although anyway who donates $10 will be able to purchase one for $69.

The aim of this campaign is to solve one of humanity's most urgent and pressing problems: the complete lack of fully functional, realistic human scrotum apparel available in the world today.

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