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May 27, 2021


Probably not this.

(Thanks to John Lobert)


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What's that smell?

Is this one of those "guarantee you'll get six feet of social distancing now" products?

Well, you can pre-order a PissCoin for only $25, so there's that, that you could have going for you.

"No, no, I said I wanted a continental look!"

Still no brown pants look... ? How long must we wait ?

"Individually prepared by hand." Wouldn't it have to be prepared with some other appendage?

I'm holding out for the 'might have dropped a biscuit in the back' scratch n sniff in 34x36....they never have my size.

@Clankie - you can always make your own. >smile<

"Love the brand, but hate the product?" is one of the worst advertising angles I have ever seen.

What the f?

Whiskey tango foxtrot. Time to dump the Kimberly-Clark stock and invest in PissCoin? Hard to predict what Elon Musk is going to have to say about this one.

I see, what I now realize are stylish, homeless guys wearing these a lot.

Anyone here remember the plaques that said: "Doing a good job here, is like taking a piss in a dark blue suit. It gives you a nice warm feeling, but nobody notices."

I really hope this is a joke ad and they're not serious.

Nobody crowds you on the subway.

That's a lot of work to go to just so you can tell your dad-joke-telling friend, "I laughed so hard I peed my pants!"

In 20 years, I probably won't need these.

Why stop with simulating urine-soaked pants? Why not offer pants that simulate flatulence — pants that emit a smell so powerful that eyes burn when you enter the room . Or how about a truly tasteless line of women’s blouses with leak stains?

Obviously all other fashion concepts have been explored and there's simply nothing else left.

I can't imagine why I would buy these obvious fakes when I'm perfectly capable of the real thing.

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