Take A Ride On Your Disco Stick: The Lady Gaga Sex Doll

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Over the next year Houstonians will get three chances to see Lady Gaga in the flesh, with two shows next month at Toyota Center and another one in spring at the same venue. We are pretty sure all three have now sold out, so if any of you little monsters haven't got an in on some tickets you may be out of luck.

Sure it's one thing to see Lady Gaga live in concert, but it's another to...have sexual relations with a doll that is supposed to look like her? You know you have arrived in the pop culture arena when a sex toy company is making dolls in your likeness.

Check out the (NSFW) front of the box behind the cut.

Pipedream Products has made faux Paris Hilton, Beyonce Knowles, Christina Aguilera, and Lindsay Lohan dolls in the past to capitalize on horny dudes who don't mind that weird plastic smell on their lips. Not to let the ladies down, Barack Obama and Tiger Woods have also gotten the latex treatment recently.

No word yet on what the doll looks like, and it doesn't seem like Rocks Off will be getting the go-ahead to buy one for research for next month's gigs.

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