A Ukrainian soldier has it under good authority that the eastern European Country will be developing a bomb that has an uncanny resemblance to a penis.
The once-journalist now a warrior, known on Twitter as Spaghetti Kozak has revealed that Ukraine is developing a bomb that is not only capable of bringing death and injury to Russian troops on the frontline but also insult in that the weapon is phallic-shaped.
Spaghetti Kozak has claimed this ‘phallic’ bomb is created using 3D printing techniques and wrote in a tweet “serious historians of this war will be forced to record that dozens of Russian soldiers were killed/wounded by explosive d***s.”
Considering that the Ukrainian army is already allowing civilians to have artillery signed with special messages on weapons, for a donation, some would say that this idea is not that far-fetched after all.
It has been reported platform used for this fundraising endeavor is SignMyRocket.com which allows individuals to donate money, through various methods like PayPal, Bitcoin, and Ethereum, to have a personalized message written on a weapon used by Ukrainian troops on the front line.
The website advises: “You can ask to write almost any text: – Wish someone a Happy Birthday – Ask for a Date – Instagram – Send greetings to Putin.”
The penultimate goal of the concept is to both is to surprise and disturb the enemy. “You have a chance to send a greeting to orcs with your text written on an artillery shell. You will receive a photo of your signed shell or a video of it being fired. Or you can even sign an M777 howitzer.”
The ultimate goal is to sustain and support the soldiers fighting on the front line, per the Daily Star
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