Semen Spy: Need I Say More?

You know that spy gadgets have gone too far when the word "semen" is on the label.  I mean, jeez guys...  The marketing people must have had a field day with this.

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Yep. The KJB Security K1001 Original Semen Detection Spy Kit.  All that I can picture are a whole slew of little tailed guys in James Bond bow ties swimming up the birth canal on some covert pregnancy mission.

But, that's just me.  I'm weird.

In truth, this is quite a unique (and accurate) kit for discovering infidelity.  It's based on a testing method that looks for Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA), a protein found in seminal fluid.  According to their hype, this kit has been able to find PSA from 30-year-old semen stains.

Somebody needs to do his or her laundry a little more often...

In this day and age, I feel that the best use for a kit of this type is to determine if little Billy (or little Susie) engages in a bit more than lip locking while parked at the local make-out point.

At $40.00 this kit won't break the bank.  And it is better to be safe than sorry.  You don't want to be a grandparent at 35, do ya?

You can find Semen Spy at Amazon.

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Apr 17, 2009
by Anonymous


for suspected infidelity but also to discover if any of the early teen kids are doing things they aint suppose to is another avenue for this product.

Apr 17, 2009
by John P. Barker
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I bring that up towards the end of the article.  I think it's quite a good idea to keep the kids in line a bit...

Apr 17, 2009
by Anonymous


Because we don't pry, snoop and spy on our kids enough. You want to know what your kids are doing, BE INVOLVED IN YOUR KIDS LIFE. Sheesh. What next. Check their sheets in case they had a nocturnal emissions and confront them at the dinner table in front of the family so they will be so ashamed they can never get an erection again?

Apr 20, 2009
by John P. Barker
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I totally agree with your statement.  Some parents just aren't involved enough with their kids.  I have to admit to finding this kit interesting, however, if only for how bizarre the marketing concept is...