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Sillicon Implant trackball

A trackball for men who just can't get enough of womens breasts
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Reading Bliss on the "mouse with ears" idea I realized that what I really want is a track ball that feels just like my wifes breast... a bag of soft squishy sillicon (or custard?) with the little moving ball in place of the nipple... so I can get my fill during the day and not drive my wife nuts when I come home.

Tell me that one wouldn't sell.... I know it indicates how pathetic mankind is, but even though the truth hurts, it is still the truth.

As Bliss suggests, it could be marketed as a "soft" mouse or "bag mouse" and decorated to look like something other than a boob. It just has to FEEL like a boob to make me happy... Can you imagine? The pure joy of just playing with something that feels like a nipple on a firm breast all day long?

To address the issue of droopyness, there could be an add on product basically consisting of a single cup wonder bra that wraps around the base of the custard bag and allows one to adjust it for a firmer or fuller hold.

James Newton, Aug 22 2002

The good name is already taken.. http://www.titmouse.net/
Has nothing to do with mice or breasts. [Mr Burns, Aug 22 2002]

(??) Um... http://info.astrian...n/nipple_mouse.html
[DrCurry, Aug 22 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

(??) Double um... http://digitalart.a...20Mouse%20MAIN.html
[DrCurry, Aug 22 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

Malleable mouse malleable_20mouse_2ftrackball
similar [bungston, Feb 17 2007]

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       Okay. That one wouldn't sell.   

       Please, you're embarrassing mankind.
waugsqueke, Aug 22 2002
  

       Waugs: I'd buy a boob-mouse.. I'd buy one for work and one for home. I'd give them as christmas gifts! However, to be more anatomically correct, I'd use an optical mouse (you know, no balls). Political correctness, however, goes right out the window!
Mr Burns, Aug 22 2002
  

       Have you heard of those little silicone neuticles? I'll find a link sometimes.   

       I think that we females should get a bat 'n' balls mouse. Two buttons and a very large scroll wheel in between.
polartomato, Aug 22 2002
  

       Or a REAL 'joystick' for players on the other team..
pfperry, Aug 22 2002
  

       Baked - I have a trackball that feels just like your wife's breast.   

       ;)
DrCurry, Aug 22 2002
  

       bussomies?
bristolz, Aug 22 2002
  

       imagine if breasts had no nipples... they'd be pointless.
General Washington, Aug 22 2002
  

       bosom, perchance?
bristolz, Aug 22 2002
  

       Okay.  If you say so.  I can accept the word as a blissism.
bristolz, Aug 22 2002
  

       Silicon or silicone?
half, Aug 22 2002
  

       Silly-cone bras.
polartomato, Aug 23 2002
  

       Once you use, resistance will be futile... going to bed and get the real thing can be a disaster. Your worst nightmare can be a trackball that doesn't encourage the cursor to move - it can require a strong reboot and a possible fresh and speedy new ram. Other than that, wife can enforce the idea of trackball silicone shape to be exactly as her's. Would you?
Wagner, Oct 13 2002
  

       Maybe fill with custard?
dplass, Jul 15 2004
  

       I saw a mousepad the other day with a "wrist-rest" at the bottom comprised of two large, soft lumps. The picture on the mouse pad was that of a young lady with the lumps positioned over her breasts. Unfortunatly, the young lady was a bit too young for my taste; it was one of those Japanese Manga deals, but the general idea seems like it would be a nice complement to this tit mouse.   

       And [dplass], of course, custard filled! Thank you. I've added that in.
James Newton, Feb 17 2007
  
      
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