Vaginal Sound System Gives Your Fetus a Concert

Simply insert Babypod into your vagina to allow your baby to hear your favorite tunes with unmuffled sound. Is this for real?

We’re not in the business of waiting for things today, so why should your child have to wait until he exits the womb to be serenaded by Adele? Give him a concert while he’s still in utero with the help of Babypod. Simply slip the speaker inside of your vagina for baby to hear “Hello” or any other tune with unmuffled sound.

Yes, you read that last sentence correctly. Much like you’d insert a tampon when Aunt Flo comes to town, you just slide a speaker into your baby maker so he can really feel the beat.

The company’s website notes that, “Scientific studies show that it encourages communication and vocalization in babies before birth through the music streamed. Babypod gives them their first musical and learning experience.”

It’s controlled by a phone app, The Guardian says, but does not use Bluetooth, and the top sound hits 54 decibels – which sounds like a whisper. It’s best if used from the 16th week of pregnancy and beyond.

But what I’m wondering is why even use this product? Do you know anyone who has purchased it?

Seriously, though. Am I the only person that thinks this is the weirdest item for a mom-to-be?

I bet some moms end up using this speaker after the baby is born as I’m sure those vibrations stimulate a lot more than just baby’s brain.

Don’t act like you didn’t think about it, too.

What do you think, readers? Would you use this speaker or buy it for an expectant mom – or do you agree with me that it’s sort of crazy?

Photo courtesy of Engadget.com

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