Anatomy Man Costume
- 100% polyester
- Full bodysuit w/ zipper in back
- Printed muscles and veins all over the exterior
- Latex mask w/ bloody muscles and veins
- Holes at mouth, eyes and nose of mask
You’re at your wits’ end. For weeks, you’ve tried to teach your anatomy students the basics of the human body, but they’re still having trouble telling the occipitalis from the occipitofrontalis. This will never do. They’ve got to understand muscles and tendons before they can go out into the world as the next generation of doctors and nurses—and, more importantly, before you can prove yourself a good enough professor to earn tenure at the university. If only you could just peel back your skin and show them exactly what you’re talking about when you’re lecturing on the gluteus maximus.
Unfortunately, it’s not that easy to give a real-world example. You could actually try peeling back your skin, but that would be both incredibly painful and incredibly messy, and it’s not guaranteed that any student will stick around long enough afterwards to actually learn something. Plus, such a stunt will definitely get you some weird student reviews. Until you’re tenured, you actually have to worry about things like that.
Luckily, we have the next best thing after physically removing your epidermis: the Skinned Alive Anatomical Bodysuit. This handy dandy bodysuit allows you to show your students all the glories of the human muscular system—while keeping your own muscular system safely encased in your skin.