Creepy Gadget Mannequins Fulfill Medical Fetish Fantasies, Totally Freak Us Out

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The guys at Aving will cover any trade show, no matter how niche, and we love them for it. This week they're at the EMS Expo, where companies peddle the latest gadgets that'll save your life the next time you choke on a flaming meatball and dial 911. They can't demo the Grip ET endotracheal tube holder by shoving one down a real person's throat, so they use mannequins. Creepy, creepy mannequins, like the Thunderbirds crossed with a medical fetishist's wet dream. We've rounded up a gallery of the most disturbing—and hilarious.

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DISCUSSION

I'm not sure what you mean. These aren't creepy at all. Indeed, I own several of these and they are perfectly fine.

The high-grade silicone effectively simulates a natural, skinlike feel. And, as medical devices, they of course have anatomically correct features, like their mouths. Soft. Pliable. Touchable.

Umm...

Yeah, everyody, hold on a bit. I hear my little "Jimmy" calling me for me now. Seems he needs, uh, some "attention". Back in seven minutes.

I'm coming, Jimmy...