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We Found a Vagina Toaster (NSFW)

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For those days when you wake up and think, "Gee, I could use a cup of coffee and a piece of buttered vagina bread" (don't lie, you know who you are), we present The Vagina Toaster.

No, it's not a joke. It's a real thing and you can buy your own for just $34.95 on Amazon.com. You can even choose the color of your choice: yellow, red, green, blue, and powder blue.

See also: Don't Eat That: Vagina Onion Ring Found at Burger King is Now on eBay (for $9,000)

Here's what vagina toast looks like:

But the most entertaining (if only in a crude, juvenile way) thing about the Vagina Toaster might just be some of the Amazon.com reviews for the product. It seems there are people out there who take their vagina toast very seriously. Or just have a great sense of humor.

And before you start complaining about how sexist this is, know that there is also a penis toaster. It's aptly named The Penis Toaster and also comes courtesy of Burnt Impressions.

We know you're wondering, so here's what that looks like:

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