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Whoopee Cushion

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A Whoopee Cushion, also known as a poo-poo cushion and Razzberry Cushion, is a practical joke device, used in a form of flatulence humor, which produces a noise resembling a raspberry or human flatulence. It is made from two sheets of rubber that are glued together at the edges. There is a small opening with a flap at one end for air to enter and leave the cushion.

In the 1990s, a new era of technology allowed the production of self-inflating whoopee cushions (which use a springy foam to draw in more air) and remote-controlled whoopee cushions (electronic devices). In 2009, the world’s largest production whoopie cushion called The Big Ripper was created by Redemption Plus.

5 Comments to Whoopee Cushion

  1. Where I grew up and when I grew up, you couldn’t walk into just any dime store or novely shop and buy these things. (Not in small towns, anyway) So I ordered one from the back of a magazine once, and it was largely a waste of money as I didn’t dare test it out on mom or dad, and wouldn’t take it to school, either…

  2. SlamDance_Karma on August 23rd, 2011
  3. My boyfriend and I got one from tickets at a local arcade. We had fun for about an hour.

  4. Kristy on August 24th, 2011
  5. Nice to see that the whoopee cushion has been embraced by 21st Century technology.
    I hope that same picture that’s on it that was also always featured in the Johnson-Smith catalog continues to grace the cushion for many decades to come.

  6. Neil R on August 24th, 2011
  7. they are had to blow up and icould notget one to work

  8. cass on August 24th, 2011
  9. Always loved these. I still get them sometimes, the girls love them.

  10. Jerica on April 25th, 2012

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