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'Jizzy Jewellery': People are seriously buying 'pearl' necklaces made out of semen

Who thought of this?
31 August 2022 2:04PM

Mate, you’re gonna want to sit down for this one. Semen jewellery is now a thing.

Yup, you can turn your bodily fluids into the perfect 'pearl' necklace for a loved one, or yourself - we’re not judging.

Sculptor and jeweller Amanda Booth spoke with Vice about the "jizzy jewellery” company that started in 2021. Amanda makes wearable sculptures and trinkets out of bodily fluids, cremated ashes, fur and locks of hair.

But, it was one comment on a TikTok of hers that got the funky idea to add semen to the list.

The user asked if she ever used "man juices" to create the jewellery, Amanda then shared a half-joking Facebook post about the request, but what she didn’t expect was that she started receiving serious orders for it.

So, for the jiz biz to begin, she tested it out using her husband Jesse’s samples to mix the perfect clay.

In case you were curious Amanda revealed that “at least a teaspoon” of liquid is required to make the perfect clay but of course, “more is better”.

She then puts the stuff in the oven, which we want to say is a world first, but there are some freaks out there, so it's probably not. 

After the oven, she was away laughing as they “turned out perfect”.

Although, as you can imagine, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows when dealing with the stuff.

Amanda explained that clients send samples of the cum to her workshop, which are then dehydrated, powdered, and turned into stuff you can actually put on your body.

“We process them at the end of the day. Otherwise, we're sitting in the smell all day. We did it in the morning one day, and it was just like, 'No, I'm never doing that again.”

Fair enough - we've all been there.

Many viewers of Booth's TikTok videos have taken to the comments to share their curiosity and also poke fun at the liquid love turned into jewellery.

One person wrote: "I'm carrying your love with meee."

"Oh my god, I love your bracelet. What is it?" "My unborn children,” another joked.

A third said: "Imagine 75 years from now finding a necklace at goodwill and not knowing it has this in it."

Luckily once the jewellery is made you would never be able to tell what is in the clay bead, so it really is your little secret.

I guess the question is, who is bold enough to get one?