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"Ooze-blasting Oozinator" More like spooge-blasting

What with all the sex scandals in our present-day society, it�s no surprise that toy makers have picked up where Mark Foley left off and come up with the Oozinator, the newest rendition of the much-beloved Supersoaker series. A Supersoaker that, after you energetically �pump,� shoots a goopy, white �ooze.� Gross.

What the hell were the creators of the Oozinator thinking? Maybe it�s just me, but this "children's" toy looks questionable at best, disturbingly perverse at worst.

Looks like something you might find at adult toy store Johns Creek Love Shack.



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