Unicorns Poop Ice Cream Toilet Footstool Commercial

October 9, 2015

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This is a commercial for the Squatty Potty, a footstool you use while dropping kids off at the pool that's supposed to unkink your bowels and provide a free-flow of children off the bus like you're letting them use both the regular door and emergency door in the back. That was a metaphor for going to the bathroom, by the way. The Squatty Potty is supposed to help prevent hemorrhoids and other butt problems and increase your going to the bathroom speed by as much as 2x. Wait -- but I like taking my time. Time on the shitter is some of the only me time I get during the day. I cherish that. Can't justify spending $25 on a piece of molded plastic? Use a stack of telephone books. That's what I do. They also sell fancy versions made out of wood for $60 and $80. Plus -- PLUS -- an inflatable travel version you might be able to trick the person sitting next to you on the plane is actually a neck pillow. Let them borrow it. Then sit back and giggle to yourself knowing it's really the footrest you use whenever you're away from home and have to take a shit in a hotel bathroom.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to everyone who sent this, who are all really into unicorns, really into ice cream, and really into going to the bathroom. Heck yeah, three of my favorite things too.

  • DThor

    Impossible to not use now.

  • shashi

    Great idea but now where will i sit to play candycrush until my legs go numb

  • MustacheHam

    I'm sold.

  • Edward

    I can't tell if this is NSFW or not. I've never been more confused in my life.

  • Bling Nye

    It's ok, everyone questions their sexuality at some point.

  • Andyman7714

    I knew unicorns crapped rainbow ice cream and this proves it! I'm going to my happy place now.

  • James Mcelroy

    This goes on way too long, like a kinked BM. I wonder if this guy lists this at the top of his resume or if he flushed all references to it.

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