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Mars Rover Curiosity Becoming Hot Wheels Toy

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Sweet rims, bro.

In a move we can only pray will inspire the nation's youth to want to become space cadets instead of reality stars, Hot Wheels has announced an upcoming model of NASA's Curiosity rover. And you know what they say about curiosity, don't you? It's what makes you peek over a urinal divider to compare yourself to another man. I've never won :( One thing's for certain though, you have a friend jam this thing far enough up your rump and get a doctor to take an x-ray and I bet you can convince him little Martians drove it up there. "An anal rover." You said it. Now, put this glove on and take the toy -- I'll bend over and touch my toes. But listen: don't give me any warning, okay? Just line it up and shoot for the stars.

Hit the jump for closeup of the not-so-hot wheels (the high on Mars is only around 70 Fahrenheit and it gets down to -225 at night!).

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Thanks to Richard, who's already imagining himself pushing this thing around on the carpet in the search for alien boobs. Maybe check under the couch.

There are Comments.
  • What I would like to see is a radio controlled kit with a wireless camera.
    Something that could be built by the average 10 yr old.
    There is so much R/C stuff out there I know that amateur hobbyists are already screwing their versions together.

  • Wow, these hot wheel is really superb. It seems very powerful and the design of these toy is extremely superb.

  • Louis Cayle McKernan

    24K GOLD SOJOURNER JPL MARS ROVER was way cooler ;)

  • Whilst I admire the idea the model is a little lacking.

  • BillGatesIsYourDaddy

    hey...if I can send it into the women's locker room for "reconnaissance" it's alright by me.

  • faith in humanity...somewhat restored

  • Dy7lan (the seven is silent)

    Silly GW, boobs aren't under the couch... they are in between the cushions!
    But seriously, how long until they make a larger diecast model?

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