Ride 'em slowly, cowboy
February 6, 2007 4:13 PM   Subscribe

The iJoy Ride™ is a "unique and exciting way to work out." It is not to be confused with the Sybian sex toy. (Please press "Play" for the embedded video and enjoy the smiles.)
posted by mrgrimm (17 comments total)
That's one happy man.
posted by Astro Zombie at 4:16 PM on February 6, 2007

May cause your ass to bleed with sadness.
posted by kuujjuarapik at 4:20 PM on February 6, 2007

That thing bucks like Ted Haggard on the meth.
Get serious!
posted by isopraxis at 4:20 PM on February 6, 2007

My two year old has the same expression/reaction when I bounce her on my knee -- it makes her giggle. I think this is an appropriate reaction for a two year old, but for a 35 year old? Not so much...
posted by mosk at 4:21 PM on February 6, 2007

I love that there is a Wikipedia article for butt plugs (linked from the Sybian article)
posted by delmoi at 4:31 PM on February 6, 2007

Oh my prostate!
posted by homodigitalis at 4:32 PM on February 6, 2007

So which was first, the iGallop or the iJoy Ride?
posted by bob sarabia at 4:39 PM on February 6, 2007

That sure looks like a Sybian.

Please press "Play" for the embedded video and do the first actual at-keyboard spit-take I've done in years.

Thankfully it was just water.
posted by loquacious at 5:05 PM on February 6, 2007

loquacious, yea, that was the best part of this post.
posted by snsranch at 5:12 PM on February 6, 2007

Funny, I just can't imagine Lady Godiva practicing on it.
posted by fenriq at 5:23 PM on February 6, 2007

I pressed "Play" but got a Leo DiCaprio video.
Please advise.
posted by Dizzy at 5:38 PM on February 6, 2007

I believe you could only sell this in Texas if you called it a personal massager.
posted by ZachsMind at 5:55 PM on February 6, 2007

That's one expensive sex toy.
posted by fungible at 7:07 PM on February 6, 2007

They have these in front of grocery and drug stores. I use them all the time and they look like rockets and horses. Far more fun.
posted by kingfisher, his musclebound cat at 7:52 PM on February 6, 2007

I seen something similar to one of these things at the mall (think it was an iGallop) and convinced a friend to try it out after me. The thing was mounted in front of TV screens showing the igallop interposed with scenes of women riding horses.

It felt like a wobbly chair and not too much of a work out. I probably could get the same experience trying to balance on one of those large inflatable balls. Anything that requires you to readjust your balance (dancing, wooo!)

My opinion: train to do what you want with your body. You'll develop muscle and tone according to the activity you do, and this one will make it look like you've been sitting on an iJoy Ride all day. My opinion of the machine as a exercise aide is very low.

On the other hand, watching my friend ride it was definitely a pleasurable experience... *coughs* But that's mainly due to the fact that she's silly and her expression was that of "what is this ridiculousness?"

iJoy Ride? Awful name, falls from the mouth like the pieces of consumer electronic circuit boards out of the shattered remains of their ill designed external housing.
posted by Mister Cheese at 9:31 PM on February 6, 2007

This iJoy... it vibrates?
posted by sonofslim at 5:20 AM on February 7, 2007

Yes, so did the Harry Potter broom
posted by Gungho at 7:04 AM on February 7, 2007

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