Tuesday, March 15, 2005 :::
I always figured something like this existed, but I've never actually seen them before. Sexy mouse pads for desperate, lonely computer nerds:
You can buy them at bustymousepads.com. For serious.
I don't want one for my birthday (which is only 5 days away, FYI).
::: posted by dan at 2:38 PM :: [ link ] :: (12) comments
12 previous comments:
Are the guys who buy those still going to want to use them after they get all sticky?
By BigDubb, at 9:26 PM
You're so totally getting one of these for your berf-day! Totally.
And, I'm thinking it should be delivered to your work with baloons and a singing telegram.
By Colleen, at 10:26 PM
People gross me out
By Stacy, at 11:01 PM
Like I totally dig these. Wonder if they come in like different cup sizes? Looks like they would make a good pillow also. But where are the nipples. I really miss the nipples:-(
By billthecatlives, at 4:54 AM
Does it strike anyone else as amusing that they bother to leave clothes on these "women"?
By Angela, at 7:49 AM
Colleen- I'd like to go in on that.
By hot babe, at 9:08 AM
Ditto Hotbabe's sentiment, Colleen.
But be sure you're there so you can get pics!
The website was gross too. There was a side bar picture of someone pressing down hard directly on the boob-doesn't he know you're not supposed to do that?! Please tell me guys know not to do that!
By lynne, at 9:14 AM
i am similarly named, and my birthday is handily situated just 7 days after yours - the perfect amount of time for you to mail any of these you might receive to me
By danielo, at 10:41 AM
So is your wrist supposed to rest right in the cleveage? The sad thing is there are hundreds of creepy guys with these out there.
By katie, at 10:42 AM
I beg your pardon. I am not creepy, except maybe when I drool, but then that may be a factor of age rather than creepiness.
By billthecatlives, at 6:48 PM
They actually *do* look like good mousepads, though--if you use a trackball.
I use a trackball to cut down on repetitive motions on the ol' wrist. My trackball (does Logitech make any products that AREN'T great?) rests on a Fellowes pad with a gel wrist pad--I know that helps a lot. If the "twin pad" (heh heh) design of these mousepads actually helps cut down wrist movement, it may actually be a good thing.
Not only are there possible medical benefits, having such a mousepad would make geeky co-workers jealous and also annoy tight-ass co-workers, and is thus worth it every penny.
By Mr Mark, at 10:43 AM
im going to fuck mine
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