Brit says Asda’s new festive lube will ‘help Santa up the chimney’
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Whether we like it or not, Christmas is fast approaching - and with it comes festive lube, of course.
Shops and supermarkets are well and truly trying their best to get us into the Christmas spirit, as is custom in mid-November; and in Asda, alongside all the mince pies and turkeys, is festive-themed lubricant.
The lube in question comes in a Christmas tree green, and the packaging reads - 'Tingle all the way'.
You know, so rather than bells jingling this Christmas, you could have your bits tingling.
The punny penetration product caught the eye of one shopper, who shared a snap of the lube on Reddit along with the caption: "Because nothing says Christmas like festive lubrication."
From here, unsurprisingly, an all-out saucy Christmas pun-fest ensued on the forum.
Commenting on the photo, one person wrote: "It helps Santa up the chimney."
If that wasn't graphic enough for you, another added: "Helps the big guy empty his sack."
While another took things a step further still, writing: "Santa Claus is cumming to town."
By this point, you probably get the gist of what the rest of the comments are like, but let's plough on regardless.
"There'll be no Silent Night when this gets used," another commented.
"A great present for the Ho Ho Ho in your life," another said.
While yet another punny commentator wrote: "Contrary to the classic singalong… 'You better not pout, you better not cry, grip the pillow because I'm going in dry.'"
So, if you're not feeling in the Christmas spirit by now, then you're truly a lost cause.
If you've not yet seen, many have already hailed Asda as the 'winner of Christmas' this year following the release of the supermarket's Elf-inspired advert.
Check it out here:
The advert sees Ferrell's character Buddy from the hit 2003 movie apply for a job at one of the UK supermarkets, with shots from the film expertly cut into the ad as we watch the character embed himself in the supermarket, before ultimately securing the role.
Fans of the Christmas film were delighted with the ad - as was Ferrell himself, who seemingly landed himself a big pay day.
Speaking to Yahoo Entertainment UK to promote his new film Spirited, the actor was asked what he made of the advert.
The 55-year-old replied: "Well... it kind of helped me finally get paid market value for when I shot Elf."
He continued: "No, I thought it was well done."