'Beach Blanket Bingo' Bingo Stamper


Male contraceptives


Bingo Stamp


Whenever the stamp is pressed down on the skin of another person, that person experiences hyper sexuality onto whoever used the stamp.


The surge of hormones can fry the aroused brain, slowly driving them insane until death, and is only neutralized by stamping the person again with liquid antiandrogen.


Stamping a person's bare skin

Collected by

Warehouse 13







Date of Collection




In 1839, Charles Goodyear invented the method of creating vulcanized rubber. This let way to the invention of a handly little device in the field of contraception, created by piecing together then fusing strips of rubber on a phallic mold. One of these molds, however, was stolen by a daring employee and returned the following day, where the mold continued to be the form for the rubber. These rubbers absorbed the sexual energy that the mold had, and conviently were all packaged in the same container. This container was never actually shipped out.

The same package's contents were eventually recycled when the company was going through inventory. The lustful energy seemingly consolidated with this process (and after being...unsatisfied...whilst in storage didn't hurt either), and the rubber was eventually purposed into a bingo stamp. The bingo stamp was a promotional item from the classic Beach Party movie 'Beach Blanket Bingo' starring Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello, which only added to its energy alignment.


A couple decades later, a series of unexplainable bouts of sexual activity centered around a bingo organization in Tennesse revealed that whenever the stamp is pressed down on the skin of another person, that person experiences hypersexuality onto whoever used the stamp, but hey, it's great at parties!

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