Man Confused By £12 Penis Cleaner Spotted In Supermarket
We pretty much have a product for everything these days, don't we? Sure, sometimes they might be a bit unnecessary, but when it's a choice between saving a couple of minutes by drying and brushing your hair at the same time, or not, we choose to save time.
One Twitter user, however, didn't agree when he stumbled across a personal hygiene product from independent brand 'Boners'. 'Penis Cleaner', unsurprisingly, does exactly what it says on the bottle, which certainly threw up a few questions for him.
Addressing his Twitter followers, he posted a photo of the intimate wash, asking 'what is wrong with a bit of soap and water with a squirt of lemon juice?'.
Hold on just one minute. Soap and water - fair game. But lemon juice? Well, we have questions now too.
The shopper went on to tag a string of bloggers and other Twitter users asking for their thoughts and whether they would try the 'Boners' product.
The replies were mixed, with some seeming intrigued, one 'desperate to sniff it', and one who was visibly confused, with a telling, simple 'wtf'.
That 'squirt of lemon juice' comment didn't go unnoticed though, thankfully - with one user questioning both the poster's use of citrus products, erm, down there, due to its 'stingy' nature and also what he puts on his pancakes. Both reasonable questions, as far as I'm concerned.
The original poster stood strong with his choice of natural cleanser, saying it's 'very refreshing', and telling him not to knock it before he tries it.
The description on the product explains how it provides a 'clean and fresh feeling' and is designed to be used either before and after sex, post-exercise or 'just when the genitals can use a refreshing boost', the spray bottle makes it handy to use on the go too, I imagine. Can't argue with that.
If you're also not up for using lemon juice, but want a 'fresh and clean feeling', you can buy Boners Penis Cleaner on Amazon for £12.49.