I just saw a commercial for Flushin’ Frenzy. It’s a toy whose point is to catch flying feces.
I don’t give a flying…oh, wait.
If you play with that toy how will the poo-poirie stuff work? Isn’t that unsanitary?
ETA I don’t think that’s a skill most kids need to hone.
Is it South Park or is it reality? Who can tell anymore?
But it doesn’t look like the poop emoji!
What tipped me off that it’s most likely real was the Mattel logo in the corner. I’m guessing that using it in a parody would involve a lot of red tape.
Check THIS out. SFW.
That reminds me of a bit of doggerel that was making the rounds when I was in elementary school.
The night was dark, the sky was blue
And out of nowhere a big turd flew
It hit a bump, a scream was heard
A lady was hit with the flying turd
She couldn’t swim, she couldn’t float
A ton of crap went down her throat
And on her gravestone somebody writ
‘Another victim of the flying shit’
I saw the commercial twice on AMC.
Breakfast just took on a whole new flavor.
I’ve seen this at Walmart around Thanksgiving. There’s a good number of poo-related toys on the market now, for whatever reason. I guess it’s the zeitgeist.
Everyone Catches Poop.
My 4 year old grandson and 6 year old granddaughter are all about poo jokes and games. I bought them a poo toy of some sort for xmas, but they’re wrapped up so I can’t tell you much more than that at present. When they are singing the eeneymeeneymineymoo song, they replace several words with poo. This cracks them up.
We had pooping unicorns a few months ago. Those were amusing for a little while. The poop shot a pretty good distance, for a unicorn.
Maybe for a Christmas treat, you can make them poopcorn.
Yeah, I’ve seen those pooping unicorns, too. My daughters are 4 1/2 and almost 3 and they think poop is the funniest thing in the world. And they love unicorns. So, of course, I had to show them the (in)famous Squatty Potty commercial featuring them both.
I mean, I remember poop being funny as a kid, but I don’t remember it being quite as popular as it is today. Big Poo has really ramped up their advertising efforts. The first major effort was the poop emoji, and now we got shitting unicorns, poop Play Doh (aka, just mix all the colored Play-Doh together), a poop card game, the Doggie Doo game, in addition to the OP’s game, etc…
When I was a kid, all I remember is that fake plastic or rubber poo you’d get at the trick shops or other novelty stores. Big Poo has taken poop mainstream!