Monday, December 05, 2011

Stocking Stuffer

You just never know what sorts of interesting ideas you will come across when you pick up a magazine NOT targeted for your particular demographic.  Our office receives the Men's Health Magazine.  If you've never read it just imagine Cosmopolitan for men.  Today I was thumbing through it looking for material for another project and found some blog-fodder.  Way in the back, where all the miniature ads are (you know the ones...if you were reading a comic book it they'd be for x-ray specs, sea monkeys, and Charles Atlas bodybuilding), I found a gem...or perhaps it was jewels...family jewels.

I discovered that for the low, low price of $14.99 all the gentlemen out there with personal moisture problems can take care of their annoyance with Fresh Balls. Don't believe me?  Check it out.



According to the FAQs on the website it is all natural, has no taste (I kid you not) and can be applied as often as desired.  Under the testimonials one guy says he has gone through 22 tubes of the stuff already.  I'm thinking he either has the sweatiest balls around or he just reeeeeeally likes applying Fresh Balls.

This Christmas along with festive, shiny balls on the tree all the men out there can have Fresh Balls without the frosted look baby powder gives.  So be sure to ask Santa to stuff your stocking with Fresh Balls!

16 comments:

silly rabbit said...

LMAO! Way too funny and somewhat disturbing. And that doctor looks so sincere.

Bijoux said...

I wonder if this product was designed after that SNL skit became so popular??

Craig said...

Those X-Ray glasses were a total rip-off. Just sayin'. . .

I'm tempted to say that my woman makes sure my balls are the freshest around. . . but I probably shouldn't. . .

Craig said...

And, uh, how come you don't even mention the Fresh Breasts, from the same company? Is this some kind of objectification of the male genitalia?

(Of course, as mentioned in the video, there's already a plethora of products for 'freshening' the 'Girl Parts'. . .)

Cricket said...

I'm still not sure if this is real... even after clicking the links.

Really?

coopernicus said...

OH MY GOD. I THOUGHT I WAS ALONE THANK YOU THANK YOU. I NEVER KNEW THERE WAS HOPE

coopernicus said...

(sobs uncontrollably)

G-Man said...

I just let the top of my socks keep them dry as they now hang so low they brush against them all the time...

lime said...

silly rabbit, i know! right?

bijoux, i had the same thought

craig, yeah, you shouldn't because i doubt your woman wold like having that splashed all over my blog

cricket, from my extensive research lasting 5 minutes, it appears to be real.

cooper, i am so glad to have been of service

gman, so brush burns are your problem?

Craig said...

Well, better your blog than mine, I'm sure. . .

;)

And Cricket, I wondered the same thing; the 'doctor' vid seems more like a comedy skit. But the stuff is for sale at various sites all over the Interwebz, even Amazon. . .

Cricket said...

A bit of stream-of-consciousness this brought to mind:

First, that old SNL skit with one of the Baldwins about "Schweaty Balls?"

Second, a different sort of holiday balls... my Nana's pfeffernusse, which I loved, made with lots of anise and not much pfeffer, which my Dad always called teenzyballzen.

Just thought I'd mention it.

Chickadee said...

To quote Elaine from Seinfeld "I don't know how you guys live with those things"

Beach Bum said...

On this subject I have no comment and plead the fifth, all I will say though is that I did laugh my ass off.

Suldog said...

That does it. I've lived too long.

secret agent woman said...

No. No, no, no.

(shuffles off to pour herself some wine and forget she ever read this.)

Jocelyn said...

Men need this because "women have stuff for their stuff"? I'm sorry, what is it we apply for Sweaty Vagina again? A swipe of toilet paper?