In what world is it OK to own a vaginal alarm clock or a weed tampon? Beats me! From time immemorial, companies have always treated the female population a viable demographic, convincing us that we need things we actually don't. But some companies have really pushed the envelope of craziness with some seriously logic-defying bizarre products for women. Here are some of them.
Bubblegum that will enlarge breasts: The Japanese have always been leaders in innovation. But they are also guilty of producing some truly bizarre products one of which is breast-enhancement gum AKA a gum that will make your breasts bigger. A company called Bust Up manufactures this gum, which also claims to reduce menopause symptoms, reduce stress and increase vaginal secretions.
Boyfriend pillow: After boyfriend jeans and boyfriend shirts, introducing boyfriend pillow -- the single girl's next best thing after an actual boyfriend. These pillows are shaped like half of a man's torso complete with a shirt. It's a perfect gift for a girl who wants to experience what it is like to fall asleep on a man's chest.
Vaginal alarm clock: Instead of being shook out of slumber, how would you like to be gently pleasured out of sleep? You need the vaginal alarm clock. Also called The Little Rooster, the clock comes with a timer and has to be nestled between your legs every night. You will be woken up by gentle vibrations in the morning.
Weed tampons: As if regular ones weren't uncomfortable enough, now tampons come infused with the "goodness" of weed. The makers of the product FORIA Relief (a play on 'for ya relief'?) claim that the cannabis infusion eases menstrual pain and relaxes your muscles without inducing a psychotropic high, while doing its job of absorbing period blood of course.
Emergency bra: No girls, this isn't a spare bra you can keep handy. Emergency bra, manufactured by Ebbra, functions as a gas mask during emergency situations. Meaning, it can be quickly and safely removed in public and fixed to the head to prevent inhalation of toxic smoke particles. It claims to give the wearer a sense of security and reduces chances of a panic attack. And yes, you can also use it as a regular bra.