There are a lot of things some men will just never understand -- a DVD box-set of The Hills, bath salts, and pregnancy being top among them. But thanks to a team of researchers in Japan, that might change. They've developed the 'Mummy Tummy,' a vest of sorts a man can wear that simulates being nine months pregnant.
Complete with full breasts and belly, the vest fills up with water in the stomach to mimic the unevenness, in the chest to simulate milk coming in, and using a series of actuators, the vest even simulates kicking. It stops kicking when the man soothes the "baby" (aka the sensors) by rubbing his belly.
The Mummy Tummy's realism was tested by women who have experienced pregnancy, and their reviews are surprising.