There's Now a Crowdfunding Campaign to Bring This Testicle Backpack to the Masses

Someone started a crowd funding campaign for a backpack that looks like testicles.

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Remember back in 2014 when Ludacris graciously introduced us to the testicle backpack?

Though we didn’t know much about the disgusting accessory at the time, we’ve now come to discover it’s the creation of Daniel Bitton, a Canadian law student who recently launched an Indiegogo campaign to get the bag into commercial production.

As of today, the Scrote’n’Tote backpack has received over $5,600 in pledges, with an overall goal of $33,000. Bitton says he needs to sell at least 5,000 units at $69 a piece in order to make his dream come true.

“The aim of this campaign is to solve one of humanity's most urgent and pressing problems: the complete lack of fully functional, realistic human scrotum apparel available in the world today,” the product description reads. “The aim of this campaign is to produce sturdy, functional, durable, high quality and of course stylish Scrote'n'Tote backpacks to be made available to aesthetes  all over the world.”

If Bitton is able to reach his goal, he will then sell the bags for $120 each; however, if you’re confident the Scrote’n’tote will be a success, you can donate a minimum of $10 and be eligible to cop the bag for $69.

Check out the info video below.

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