We Have No Comment About This Exercise Device, Either

Not content with their stranglehold on the creepily suggestive fitness equipment market for women, the people behind the Shake Weight are now marketing the same product…for men.

Shake Weight For Men [Official Site] (Thanks, AreYouConfusedYet?HowAboutNow?)
Shake Weight For Men [YouTube]

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  1. TheOrtega says:

    Sounds like someone got cheap parts from a now discontinued product and put this together last minute

  2. johnarlington says:

    It looks like they were all glazed in Vaseline for the video

  3. dasunst3r says:

    Rotate the Shake Weight 45 degrees each way (preferably outward), then we’ll talk creepy/suggestive.

  4. Kimaroo - 100% Pure Natural Kitteh says:

    Why am I reminded of those Interactive Male commercials?

  5. ReverendBrown says:

    What in the world is a TRIPLE money back guarantee?

    • agb2000 says:

      @ReverendBrown: From their website:

      Today you can order the Shake Weight for the amazing low price of just $29.95 plus $9.95 processing and handling. This offer comes with our Triple Money Back Guarantee. If you are not satisfied with you order we will refund the product price, the shipping, and pay for your return shipping.

      What a deal!

    • amberlink says:

      @ReverendBrown:

      If you can catch them, you get 3x your money back. AFTER the other creditors of course, if there’s anything left.

      See, 3x. You ask, they ignore. You ask, they say, sorry, no money, we’re bankrupt. you ask, the judge says, sorry, the creditors they duped first (who don’t need to be reimbursed in the first place because Chase lent them billions any way) get paid.

      3x.

  6. gamabunta says:

    If this exercise worked then every guy in the world would already be ripped as hell.

  7. PsiCop says:

    Gotta love the background music that sounds eerily like Doom or Quake … !

    • skrolnik says:

      @PsiCop: Nothing justifies this. Not Even Doom Music.

    • mazzic1083 says:

      @PsiCop: Not to mention the idea of this thing looks like it’s training people how to do a darse or rape choke on somebody. The logic behind this product seems flawled as well as once you get to a certain point (1000 reps?) and can’t increase the weight what do you do then? Go to 10,000 reps?

  8. Binaryslyder says:

    I’d take hours grunting and slamming weights at the gym than a few minutes looking like goober with this thing. Even if no one was watching. It just doesn’t jive.

    • LeChiffre says:

      @Binaryslyder: LOL,,that was great. I haven’t heard or read “It just doesn’t jive” in years. Good one. I used to say it too.

      As for this thing? Even if it did do any good to your body, it may work for a week or two, but soon your body is going to need for you to “ramp it up” on weights or else you’ll be in the plateau and never achieve what these guys have. Here is a good site to check out the myths on health, sickness, supplements: [www.quackwatch.com]
      Created by a doctor.

  9. Benny Gesserit says:

    Hahahahah “I haven’t had a pump like this for a long time.” That’s what they all say, sunshine.

  10. xenth says:

    I never thought something could come close to the hula chair.

    • catastrophegirl chooses not to fly says:

      @xenth: i would like to see a video of someone using this while on the hula chair.
      later we could play connect the dots with their bumps and bruises

  11. montusama says:

    I’ll gladly test this to see if it works. Anyone want to donate? lol

  12. Nick1693 says:

    Whoever makes these things, WHY?

  13. MostlyHarmless says:

    Now I can say this without any guilt: Wow. That looks gay.

    • Nick1693 says:

      @MostlyHarmless: Wasn’t there a post about an ad campaign about not saying that? =)

      • MostlyHarmless says:

        @Nick1693: There was. And the point of it was to not use “gay” to mean “lame”. But in this case, I used “gay” to mean “homosexual”.

        • Nick1693 says:

          @MostlyHarmless: I got the joke, just forgot to add /sarcasm.

        • catastrophegirl chooses not to fly says:

          @MostlyHarmless: and based on the popularity of mens fitness magazines in the gay community, they may have finally found the right audience for the product

        • kaceetheconsumer says:

          @MostlyHarmless: As a person with a current foot injury, I’d take offense at your use of the word lame, but since I’ve already hearted you in the past I guess you can be in my small club of people to whom I bestow permission to use the word.

          Otherwise I’m all totally offended and stuff because I’ve learned in recent years that if one could possibly be offended by use of a word, even in total absence of any malice on the part of the user, then one MUST be offended. Also, I would probably be required to invoke Nazis on the user and then have Godwin called on me.

          :D

      • GearheadGeek says:

        @Nick1693: I’m gay, and I must say that looks like something from gay porn (both the models in the infomercial and the peculiar way one uses the device.

    • Kimaroo - 100% Pure Natural Kitteh says:

      @MostlyHarmless: That is where I was going with my comment above, but it seems that no one else got it. I guess people don’t watch Comedy Central really late at night. Lol

    • Trai_Dep says:

      @MostlyHarmless: Brüno is SO bummed this didn’t make the final cut for his movie.

  14. H3ion says:

    Is there a Baby Arnold version?

  15. CheritaChen says:

    I think the “inventor” finally convinced marketing that they had the wrong target demographic.

  16. TheSpatulaOfLove says:

    That commercial was borderline gay pr0n.

  17. Joedel263 says:

    The man version premiered on the Ellen show, she featured the first one (in her why the hell do they make this segment) and likes to have her guest stars *ahem* play with them.

  18. GearheadGeek says:

    I will not directly link it because the commentary is definitely NSFW but for a cheap sleazy spoof of the device with the video of the original one for women, google “rodquake 3000″

  19. drjayphd says:

    Yeah, sure… covered in sweat. You keep telling yourself that.

  20. Nick1693 says:

    “Did Comcast accidentally cut in with a porn clip again?”
    “Nope, that’s just the Shake Weight.”

    /fully a joke, of course.

  21. Tim says:

    Why is the men’s one $10 more than the women’s one? Is there an actual difference other than that the men’s one is black where the women’s one is white?

  22. angryneo says:

    “Short, powerful thrusts”. Nice.

  23. Homerjay is utterly alone. says:

    Shake Weight + Fleshlight = PROFIT!

  24. thewriteguy says:

    the perfect workout for guys who surf the internet often with one hand.

  25. fluidexistence says:

    FINALLY, you can rid yourself of that pesky asymmetrical forearm and bicep!

  26. kyle4 says:

    I actually cried laughing at this, it was that funny.

  27. biggeek3 says:

    “I would like to return my vibrator.”
    “That’s not a vibrator, sir. That’s a exercise device.”
    “No, it’s a vibrator.”
    “No, it’s a exercise device.”
    “No, it’s a vibrator.”
    “Sir, Permission Interactive does not sell vibrators. It’s a exercise device.”
    “Fine. I’d like to return this exercise device.”
    “What’s the problem?”
    “It failed to get me off.”

  28. flugennock says:

    Splurfffp’wahh ha ha ha ha ha haaahhhh.
    Bastards. They owe me a new keyboard.

    So, this looks like the perfect Xmas gift, perhaps in combination with the “Fleshlight”… I mean, as long as someone here’s broached the subject of gay pr0n.

  29. Kevin411 says:

    Um…Tested up to 4,000,000 reps they say. Get up to 240 reps per minute they say. That’s 277 hours of use. Less than a year at an hour a day. No wonder they only want you to use it “minutes a day” – gotta stretch out that warranty!

  30. PoliticalScapegoat says:

    I believe there’s a free version of this excercise that gets you money back as well.

  31. CaptainSemantics says:

    “This revolutionary, new technology called DYNAMIC INERTIA…”

    Um, I’m pretty sure that’s neither new nor revolutionary. Any physics folks out there to help me call BS on this one?