“Need a bun in the oven?” says the Web site “Fake a Baby.com. “We can help.” Billing itself as the “Home of the $9.95 fake Ultrasound,” it purports to sell the “Best Gag Gifts on Earth.”
The article goes on to describe how a Michigan teenager used the products she purchased from the website to fool her sixteen year old boyfriend and her whole family into believing that she was pregnant with triplets.
The website offers just about everything you would need to pull off a fake pregnancy:
Its wares include the “Silicon [sic] Fake Pregnancy Belly-Twins,” reduced in price from $299.95 to $149.99; the “Silicon Fake Pregnancy Belly” for the “20 to 25 week stage to the 38 weeks stage,” and “Silicone Breast Pushups” in a variety of colors.
And, of course, “Fake Ultrasound Sonograms, Personalized,” and “personalized fake prescription” bottles.
The only thing it does not offer is a baby, which is what eventually derailed the Michigan teen's deception.
|Sarah Palin in Juneau, March 26th 2008.|
Hey you know Palin does not have a lot going on right now, perhaps she could get a gig as a spokesperson for this website?
After all is there anybody on the planet who knows more about how to use a fake pregnancy to get what you want than Sarah Palin?
I think not.