At the 2008 Good Design Expo, Japan's wireless carrier, Willcom, showcased to the world the newest Kuma Phone. Essentially, the phone is a cute cuddly little teddy bear that you must violate in order to answer phone calls. First, you have to squeeze the bear's tail when it starts making noises (for an incoming call), then, you must plant your face into its groin area in order to speak to whomever is calling. This may present an interesting picture if, say, you were using the phone on the bus. The majority of people will probably have no idea you're talking on the phone... instead, all they see is a creep clutching a teddy bear's derriere, attempting to give it oral sex. And when you explain to them you paid $500 for this "phone", their funny glances will turn to wide-eyed horror as their fingers dial the beastiality police. But don't worry, this is all hypothetical ...
So cute, so cuddly, so wrong
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So does it have vibrate mode? Just wondering...
Not entirely sure, but most likely. You should buy one and find out.