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Scrotum Thurible

Thurible scrotum
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Getting the scrotal sack stretched such that it swings like a thurible is, it seems from a cursory googling, a mere bagatelle. Having the scrotum emit a sweet smelling smoke is more problematic without extensive augmentation. Perhaps if the testes were themselves removed, they could be replaced with a self-contained burner unit. Piercings [spelling fixed, thank you not_morrison_rm] could create the necessary holes. All in all, I think it would be best if we started out giving these to neutered pets.
calum, Feb 11 2013

Wikipedia: Scrotal Inflation (NSFW) http://en.m.wikiped...i/Scrotal_inflation
[rcarty, Feb 13 2013]

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       I'm guessing most of the male side of the species would emit piercing [sarcasm fixed] cries at some point in this procedure.
not_morrison_rm, Feb 11 2013
  

       Scrotum Thurible, n. a holey container for burning scrota inside of.
pocmloc, Feb 11 2013
  

       Bunfire of the vanities.
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 11 2013
  

       It's enough challenge just keeping it shaved, thanks.
normzone, Feb 11 2013
  

       //Perhaps if the testes were themselves removed//   

       Ermmm...NO!
Klaatu, Feb 11 2013
  

       ^ yes!   

       is this anything to do with voting for a new pope?   

       I'm enjoying this on so many levels...   

       [not_morrison_rm] is horse meat involved?
po, Feb 11 2013
  

       I like the idea of all Catholic priests being similarly retrofitted.
UnaBubba, Feb 11 2013
  

       And Teabaggers, while we're at it.
UnaBubba, Feb 11 2013
  

       // [not_morrison_rm] is horse meat involved?   

       Dunno mate, it's calum post.
not_morrison_rm, Feb 12 2013
  

       Scrotum inflation is a real body modification practice but I'm not sure it can be filled with smoke.
rcarty, Feb 13 2013
  

       Sure it can be filled with smoke. Roasted nuts burn if you add too much heat.
UnaBubba, Feb 13 2013
  

       // [not_morrison_rm] is horse meat involved? // must have had a reason for asking [nmr]   

       [calum] is horse meat involved? this question seems to relate to everything else these days.
po, Feb 13 2013
  

       No horsemeat involved, unless of course that is an allusion to trying thuribilisation out on horsebaws in advance of moving on to human subjects. And no, there isn't anything in here that is to do with the Pope's recent decision not to carry his Papacy to term: the idea was brought about after seeing some high church Anglicans swinging a thurible and wondering what they would look like walking from vestry to pulpit if they were to hitch up their cassocks to reveal milk white bare legs and, between their Pony Express rider gait, a fleshy dangling bag, swinging back and forth in time with their solemn ecclesiasical hip thrusts, incense trailing behind each swing.
calum, Feb 13 2013
  

       P much, yeah. Haven't seen that episode: there is enough smuggery (much of it my own) on the halfbakery to last me week to week without the need to watch QI.   

       Also, thanks [rcarty] for your link, which sent me without transition state from bleary-eyed to wide awake on my morning commute.
calum, Feb 13 2013
  

       [calum], and likely your neck a good stretch, rather than your scrotum.
rcarty, Feb 13 2013
  

       Choir Boy: "Umm, Monsignor..."
Bishop: "Not now, boy, we're busy."
Choir Boy: "But, Monsignor..."
Bishop: "In a moment, boy, I'm nearly there."
Choir Boy: "But, Monsignor, there's smoke coming out of your scrotum!"
Bishop: "Ohhh..."
UnaBubba, Feb 13 2013
  

       Goodness gracious...
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 13 2013
  

       Ghastly, this is all just ghastly.
blissmiss, Feb 13 2013
  
      
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