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Product Review: Defense Band

Product: The DefenseBand, from SpiderTI.

What Is It? A hidden wrist band that allows you to strangle/restrain victims potential attackers.

Who Should Buy It: Anybody who needs to garrotte a fat Italian guy from the backseat of a 2001 Lincoln Towncar.  Someone interested in the finer legalities of involuntary manslaughter.

Pros: Unobtrusive. Once you show your coworkers your Defenseband, colleagues will leave you alone and give you the solitude and peace you’ve so desperately searched so hard for.

Cons: The smell of whores’ perfume lingers on the nylon. Why do they stink so?  Why are they so filthy?

Where to find them:  On the Spider TI website. Any place were the spirit of America still lives on.  Your local militia.

How to Take it to the Next Level: Watch the instructional video again. Did you notice that in half the scenarios the “defender” was behind the “attacker”?  The Defenseband excels at defending against aggressive confrontations where you may have to sneak up behind your attacker and choke them to death.

How to Take it to the Next Next Level:  Spider TI also sells a belt that conceals zip ties.  Perfect for transporting your attackers across state lines.

Verdict: Get in the van.

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Product Review: Muscle Milk Farts

Product:  Farts from all that protein.

Frequency/Duration/Noise Level: Expect to suffer the consequences for up to an hour, with farts boiling out every two to three minutes.  Noise level is between a hoarse eerie whisper and a Rottweiler barking.

Product Highlights:  Farts with the exceptional timbre and tone of a french horn.  Knowing that the gas is a byproduct of you getting ripped, bruh.

Product Lowlights:  Blaring gas in confined spaces like cars and subway trains.  Big ole boomers that smell like old baby puke.

Recommended for: People who marvel at their own digestive process.  Anyone without shame.

Pro Tip: Clench your butt cheeks real tight.  Take halting, jerky steps like a baby Frankenstein.  And maybe, just maybe, your muscle milk farts will escape silently.

Verdict: It’s all natural baby!  Embrace it and ride the wave.

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Product Review: The Parking Garage Elevator Next To My BJJ Club

Product:  ThyssenKrupp Elevator, built circa 1832.

Product Highlights:  The shaking.  The screeching. Ostensibly moving in a vertical motion to carry people and goods between levels.

Product Lowlights:  Terror.  Elevator door snapping shut with the force of a bear trap. All the ghosts of  people who have died on the elevator returning to haunt it.

Recommended for: People who need to be put in an environment that makes them think about their families and life decisions.

Pro Tip: If you parked on the roof, don’t worry when the elevator shudders violently and stops halfway between the fourth floor and the roof.  Just take a deep breath and relax, it’s all part of the ride.  You’ll get there. Probably.

Verdict: Take it!  YOLO!

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