Friday Videos are Not Work Safe

Via Dawn comes this hilarious video that is truly not work safe, but utterly amazing in its…cheek. Dawn says, “I found this in a comment section on a Regretsy post. The post was the breast cancer video and several people left comments bemoaning the lack of a self exam video with hot girls. A commenter found this (and posted it in the comments with out warning anyone about the possibility of coffee-spitting).”

It’s below the fold, y’all.



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    Elli says:

    Should have taken the warning more seriously.  Wish I had not been drinking tea.  That was…gross.  And most all the men I know would have been more grossed out than I was – it’s such a betrayal of expectations.

    Pushing the envelope is not always a good thing.

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    Cara says:

    I thought it was extremely witty. Well played! And LOL.

  4. 4
    Casey says:

    Oh, I disagree:  this was mind-blowingly great.

    I don’t know the performer, so when she tugged a scrotum out of her briefs, I thought she was an honest-to-god mid-change transgender. 

    Then when she pulled the whole thing out, off, and up, I about swallowed my tongue. Props to the props department, for an astonishingly realistic sack!

    It’s a bloody brilliant PSA. 

    Captcha:  Slowly63, as in roll each ball slowly and gently between your fingertips.

  5. 5
    Lori says:

    Oh wow… that was mind bending and utterly brilliant.

    My captcha: find62. So if you find 62 lumps, run to the doctor!!

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    James Lynch says:

    I’m scared to ask where they got such realistic-looking testicles…

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    Katherine says:

    Less of a spit take and more of a jaw drop here.

    I….have mixed feelings about this one. It certainly got my attention. I want to show it to hubs tonight and get his reaction – after all, he is the target audience.

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    Mel R says:

    Well, that was an eye-popper.  Very in-your-face way to get guys to pay attention.
    Thanks for sharing, I’m going to pass it on…

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    Cheryl says:

    Is it wrong that I sent it to my husband knowing it would NOT being what he anticipated? *evil cackle*

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    Steph says:

    I’m with everyone who said it was witty and funny – had a great hook and (surprisingly!) accessible (ha!) message.

    Captcha: hes99 – he’s 99 because he performed preventative self-exams!

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    Vicki says:

    Most lumps seem to be found by the partner. Either way, someone should be checking them regularly. Maybe do partner (if male) when you do the girls?

    And, btw, not all docs are created equal. Ours kept saying that it was not a worrisome lump, dragged his feet for five months, leading to a need for extra radiation and one fewer child than planned. So if there is a concern, keep pushing. At least get imaging.

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    Nancy Bristow says:

    I’m with the mind bending and utterly brilliant vote.

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    Elizabeth56 says:

    Do I forward this to my husband, or just offer to do the check for him?

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    ashley says:

    I don’t know many men who would keep watching after that scrotum popped out of her panties. fail.

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    ev says:

    I’m in the brilliant column on that one too. I just don’t want to see some guy doing a breast exam. well, maybe not.

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    Erin Griggs says:

    I’m in the thinking it’s clever camp, too.  But YMMV.

    Most my guy friends would fall over laughing, and then do a self-check.  I think it’s great, and am forwarding.

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    Nancy Bristow says:

    @Elizabeth56 Hands down, I think the hubs would take you up on that offer and possibly return the favor to your “heaving bosom” ;)

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    susan says:

    O..M..G.  Fortunately wasn’t drinking anything. Thanks for warning though.

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    Jewel D says:

    I thought it was very clever – and hubby laughed out loud when I showed him. I say good on ‘em and keep it up.

    @Vicki – I’m so sorry your doctor was a jerk about your husband’s lumps. An unfortunate reminder that not all docs are created equal.

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    ev says:

    Posted by Coy McCoy at her blog dealing with breast cancer. I am taking back my previous comment about not wanting to see a guy do a breast exam. I’m downloading the app too.

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