A conversation I was having about the latest thing Moxie has (literally) gotten into reminded me of this interesting product.
For the low cost of $10, you too can have poop that sparkles.
Although the product insists you shouldn’t eat it (wink, wink, nudge, nudge), it also points out that the capsules are gelatin and the glitter is non-toxic.
In fact, it insists there’s no reason why you should even consider eating this.
BY PURCHASING THIS PRODUCT , THE BUYER AGREES THAT ALL LIABILITY OF MISUSE EITHER ACCIDENTAL OR INTENTIONAL IS THE BUYER’S RESPONSIBILITY.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN .
Q. Will these make my poop glitter?
A. I do not know, they are meant as a supply for crafting or decoration.
Q. Am I supposed to eat Glitter pills?
A. No, you are absolutely not, the risk is entirely on you, the customer.
Q. Are these safe to eat?
A. Probably not, if you decide to eat them, you assume all liability and risk that comes with that decision. IN OTHER WORDS DO NOT EAT GLITTER PILLS!!!
The ad claims they are great for scrapbooking. I personally find glitter that isn’t in a capsule to be easier for scrapbooking purposes.
But the seller has to do this for both liability purposes and regulatory purposes. This isn’t something that’s approved for use as a drug or food–so they can’t sell it as such.
That’s why we are getting an ad for a scrapbooking tool that conveniently comes in a pill form.
And no–I won’t show examples of what the poop ends up looking like. I decided to forgo that for a stock photo image of glitter being scattered (so be thankful and/or use your imagination).
If shitting glitter seems gauche to you, there’s an opportunity to poop gold. Though that comes with a price tag of $400+.
As for whether or not people actually do this? One seller wouldn’t confirm whether or not people buy it for that purpose (because, oh yeah, it’s for scrapbooking), but has confirmed that people have complained that the glitter wasn’t prominent enough to see.
On their scrapbook.
Of course, if you don’t want to send away for the pills, you can always get into my new pack of eyeshadow from Sephora and half of a Christmas ornament.
I’m looking at you, Moxie.