Concert for fetuses

The first ever concert for fetuses was held a few weeks ago. Soraya Arnelas sang Christmas songs to a group of expectant mothers who were wearing the Babypod speaker, which is a speaker worn inside their hoo-ha, tampon-like.

There have been devices in the past which were designed to play sounds for fetuses, such as the Fetal Educator Strap, but Babypod claims to be the first to play the sounds inside the body itself, rather than through the abdomen, and they think this is a big breakthrough.

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     Posted By: Alex - Fri Jan 08, 2016
     Category: Babies | Music

NO, JUST NO! :shut:
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 01/08/16 at 09:54 AM
Oh yeah. One more way to annoy your children even before they come into the world.
Posted by KDP on 01/08/16 at 10:14 AM
Ya remember that old joke about sticking one finger in your ear and another up your butt so you could hear yourself go off when you expelled a random volume of naturally occurring methane gas? Well, technology seems to have caught up with it.
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 01/08/16 at 10:24 AM
On a radio show they were talking about a newly available speaker which the preggers woman can insert up her vagina so the foetus can listen the un-muffled music which happens if you just have a speaker on her belly. They asked the listeners to suggest songs. I'm wondering what WUvies would suggest. My first thought was:

My second thought was would this damage the the newly forming ears? My third was if mom had used it, WHAT IN WELL music would I like.. EGADS, Barry Manilow?
Posted by BMN on 01/08/16 at 11:11 AM
I should mention that the spell checker doesn't like mom and wanted to change un-muffled to UN-muffled. Also WELL should have been H...! Oh well, life goes on.
Posted by BMN on 01/08/16 at 11:33 AM
AND... I should not post before I've had my coffee.
Posted by BMN on 01/08/16 at 11:51 AM
ALSO SORRY: I should not post after a few beers!
Posted by BMN on 01/08/16 at 01:33 PM
Science fiction predicted, to some extent, virtually every modern device, but I doubt any sf zine of the 1950s would have printed a story about vaginas being wired for sound.

I did hear a long time ago that Apple developed a music chip which could be sewn into bras. It was meant to settle the age-old complaint that men stare at women's breasts and never listen to them.

But I wonder what's next. Will the next generation of tampons play "How Dry I Am"? Will Summer's Eve play pastorals? The mind boggles what songs might be played by contraceptive creams.
Posted by Phideaux on 01/09/16 at 12:58 AM
Contraceptive creams, how about Crazy Bitch?
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 01/09/16 at 03:02 AM
I never knew we're supposed to listen to women's breasts instead of staring at them.
Posted by Virtual on 01/09/16 at 10:52 PM
Could they please stop inventing invasive devices to stick in a woman's vagina? It's like there is a room full of perverts who have a few beers and then brainstorm product ideas. - Let's make an ultrasound device that we stick in a vagina! - Better, guys, let's make a vibrating phone, to stick... in a vagina! - No, I've got it, let's make earphones that you stick in... a vagina!
Posted by Yudith on 01/10/16 at 04:45 PM
Yep, it not a junk drawer for goodness sake.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 01/10/16 at 07:44 PM
I don't know Patty. A lot of guys call their genitals "junk".
Posted by GFinKS on 01/11/16 at 09:52 AM
Good point, GFinkS! I guess it is a junk drawer in my drawers. :lol:
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 01/11/16 at 10:24 AM
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