Anorak News | Horrifying figurines of foetuses, now available to buy

Horrifying figurines of foetuses, now available to buy

by | 21st, January 2014

EVER looked at the world and become suddenly depressed? You realise that everything ugly you see, is man-made. So, your attentions turn to nature, where everything is beautiful. And vicious. And cruel. And bloody.

In a bid to couple the two worlds, some weirdos have decided to make models – which you can buy – of unborn babies. That’s right. You can now pay money for something that still lives inside a woman you know.

3d baby

What happens is this – the nutters at – get an ultrasound scan of your child while it is still floating around in amniotic bag and makes a model of the little parasite, so you can creep all visitors out, by bringing an unborn baby on them.

The model will copy the position it is sat in, its face and skin tone and the whole thing will set you back £365 with the site saying: “The pregnancy with your child is a once in a lifetime experience. Recall those feelings over again with your own 3D Baby.”

Anyone buying these should have spent that money on condoms or the taxi fare to a vasectomy.

The company say that all they want to do is to “bring a smile to the faces of parents, grandparents, and other family members as they recall the day that they met their little one.”

That said, when you meet a pregnant woman with a human growing inside her that has no fingernails, sits in a pouch of it’s own faeces and has a stomach trunk which it feeds through, it doesn’t really count as ‘the first time you met someone’s baby’. It’s like assuming you can meet a fish. They’ve no idea. Unborn babies and fish alike, are about as sentient as a Furby in a skip of emulsion.

It gets weirder. The company are also invading the privacy of celebrity wombs. You can buy a foetus of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s baby. If you’re even considering that purchase, you should be hung and left in the street as an example to everyone, you gruesome womb-botherer.

Posted: 21st, January 2014 | In: Reviews, Strange But True, The Consumer Comment (1) | TrackBack | Permalink