Gifting the Fake Pregnancy Test is not in the spirit of Christmas.
Even if you were Mary and your husband Joseph refused to believe you were really pregnant, it would not be right to show him the "always positive" results -- regardless of the Holy Spirit. In fact, Fake Pregnancy Test or no test at all, I wouldn't even mention the Holy Spirit.
Just so you'll know, I almost listed this post under the "Terrorism" category.
And, yes, I know where you can purchase the above. No, I'm not telling.
EXTORTION & LAUGHS?
Just look at the packaging. It claims to be "great for marriage, extortion and laughs."
Yep, that's the way women try to get a man, trick him by pretending that you're pregnant. Then he'll have to marry you. That type of extortion is just hilarious.
What's really frightening is that there are people who actually buy this product. They order it from their practical joke catalog and somewhere from the bowels of New Jersey it is mailed out.
Fed Ex, if it's an emergency.
Then, for months, traveling salesmen, throughout the midwest mostly, begin their sales calls by opening their briefcases and Voila! There, right on top, is that good ole Fake Pregnancy Test.
"You been keepin' company with some little gal who might need to use this on somebody besides you? Ha ha! Ha ha! Why sure, you can just have this one. I have more, in my car trunk."
BE CAREFUL, IT COULD BACKFIRE
Here are just a few of the comments made by the makers and sellers of fake pregnancy tests:
O A company that also sells fake DNA tests, fake pregnancy bellies, fake ultrasounds and fake pregnancy documents says their products "are sometimes being used in a way that may possibly backfire on the user." There is no mention of using them in fraudulent and illegal ways.
O Another company says that many of their fake pregnancy products are used "by women to 'test' their boyfriends, husbands, significant others, to see if they truly love them."
O Yet another says: "We urge extreme caution with these products. Think before you buy. Think again before you spring your traps. Be absolutely sure you WANT to know what's in your mate's heart. Sometimes it's better not to know."
WHAT GRANDMA SAID
As my Grandma Neva Belle used to say, "Jeez Louise!"
by Sharon McEachern