The Boob Scarf: Craft Gone Wrong, So Wrong

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Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 6:58 AM

Ask not why the boob scarfed dog howls. He howls for thee. These boob scarves are made by Etsy seller BoobsRus. The scarves, she says, are "inspired by my own twins who have faithfully clung to me for support."

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Also available in a human mammary version. These puppies are customizable, too. With pink nipples or tan.

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Pink nipples.

Or tan...

click to enlarge "Soft and squishy, makes a great gift for a friend or yourself!" says the seller.
  • "Soft and squishy, makes a great gift for a friend or yourself!" says the seller.

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