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|[Video] Politics and butt plugs — how do the GOP candidates stand up?|
|by Dyana Bagby|
|May 15, 2012 11:47|
Who knew GOP presidential candidate approval ratings could lead to awesome, artistic sex toys?
Well, one ingenious man, Matthew Epler, has done just that, according to the blog Queerty. He's taken the approval ratings of former candidates Michele Bachmann, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Rick Santorum, Rick Perry and the man expected to receive the nomination, Mitt Romney, and shaped them into some hefty and not so hefty butt plugs.
No surprise here, but the fattest toys belong to Romney, Santorum and Georgia's former favorite son Gingrich. However, Santorum's is a bit flaccid and needs help to, um, stay upright. Then there's that other definition of Santorum to deal with, too.
Cost for the entire GOP set is $350 while individual pieces cost between $45-$65.
Insert your own joke about how the GOP can, well, screw you in so many ways and styles.
And check out this video on how Epler came up with his designs using the data and to see the designs for all of those who wanted to become Commander in Chief.
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