You know the phrase, “Whatever trips yer trigger?”
Ever thought that sounded a bit pervy?
If you said “No…” to that question, you’re too innocent to be reading this blog. Or the internet.
But since you’re already here, let me show you a picture of this seemingly innocent frog-shaped water squirter.
It REALLY wants you to trip its trigger.
The age range for this product? Four and up.
If most of my email spam is telling the truth, then ‘squirting’ is not just popular, people pay a lot of cash to see it done. With that kind of money on the line, I don’t think any sane corporate executives would knowingly do something this daring.
But somewhere, dear reader, somewhere there’s a toy designer that knew exactly what he or she was doing, and probably still can’t believe how they got away with it.
Maybe this was even turned in as a joke to make fun of a clueless boss. Maybe it was done by somebody who wanted to get fired, and they got a pat on the back instead.
“Great job, Johnson! You’re getting a raise!”
Or maybe it’s completely innocent and it’s just– BWAHAHA! Sorry, sorry. Phew… I guess I used up most of my sarcasm earlier when I told a Justin Beiber fan their haircut looked ‘okay’.
Now, the company has at least two other versions of this, and the triggers are in the same place… but neither of those seem to be enjoying it as much as the frog.
Look at them!
Clearly, the shark has had better.
The crocodile? It’s into it, but thinking of someone else’s hand.
But dat frog… It’s eyes are bugged out and rolled back, and you just know its gonna come to a shuddering squirt every time.
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