Monday, March 24, 2014

POTTY MOUTH SOAP

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

At one time, my dad agreed to put a quarter in a swear jar every time he said a naughty word. I was stoked because I was gonna make some easy money. I don't say bad words so it was easy for me. I think he put a few quarters in before telling me he'd "owe me" the change. My dreams of a big cash cow were soon dying. 
So what's my new solution to help stop those little cussers? You've all seen the scene in A Christmas Story where Ralphie says THE word, the big one, the queen-mother of dirty words, the 'F-dash-dash-dash' word and his mother makes him put soap in his mouth. Well, I found a potty mouth soap you can give your loved ones to help end their profanity problem (or just as a gag gift).
No need to worry because the 3.5 oz soap is made with all-natural, non-toxic ingredients (Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Glycerin of Vegetable Origin, Purified Water, Titanium Dioxide). But it does have a yucky taste that will remind the recipient to choose their words more wisely.
It amazes me that our culture is becoming ruder, cruder, and more acceptable of people having a potty mouth. Purchase your Potty Mouth Soap here to teach a lesson or just for a good laugh (great stocking stuffer).

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

1 comments:

Cathy Kennedy said...

When I was growing up, it was not uncommon for mothers do wash out their kids mouths. I recall one time, my brother got it. A little mouth washing won't hurt anyone. Hey, my generation survived the cruelty of our mothers' hand (in more ways than one, I might add). The interesting thing is not a single one of us are emotionally scared. I give full credit due to our less liberal society of yesteryears ago in this country. But, anywho, this is really cool idea and may help to curtail profanity in young ones. People today just don't seem to put as much importance on what they say period. BTW, did you get my email announcement? If not, check your box and your tweets!