Your Unborn Baby Can Now Listen to Adele Through Your Vagina

Raise your hand if your mom used to credit your middle-school flute-playing skills to all that classical music she listened to while she was pregnant. Or claimed you used to love it when she held her Blondie-blasting headphones up to her giant belly. You danced in thereshe swears. 

Moms have long been playing music for their unborn babies, but researchers at the Institut Marquès in Barcelona have come up with a new method of sound delivery: putting a speaker inside your vagina. 

After studying the effects of music on infant brain development and communication, the researchers found that unborn babies develop their sense of hearing at sixteen weeks. The best way for your baby to actually hear music clearly, they say, is from within your body itself. 

Hence, Babypod, an intravaginal speaker tested by Institut Marquès that you can plug right into your iPhone. It's basically a musical tampon.

They used 4D ultrasounds to check out how the babies reacted to music being played with the Babypod, and it's pretty darn cute: 

Did we mention the Babypod also includes earphones so that you and your fetus can hum along together? Because listening to Adele can get lonely. 

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