Ikea Puts Golden Showers to Use

by Alpha Harlot on January 18, 2018

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Two summer’s ago, my wife and I were sitting in her bff’s backyard waiting for a BBQ to start. The grill was warming up, we were sipping on cold cocktails and the summer sun was beating down on our tan skin. Of course something was going to happen to ruin the moment…because that’s how life works.

Our friend came into the backyard and said, “Catch!” tossing something in my general direction.

I caught the thing.

It was a positive pregnancy test.

“What the fuck is that?” my gold star lesbian wife asked.

“It’s a fucking pregnancy test. She’s knocked up,” I answered.

“You pissed on that thing and then you threw it at my girl?” my babe yelled at our friend.

She didn’t seem to think that there was anything gross about the fact that she had pissed on a piece of plastic, kept it…and then brought it to a BBQ.

As an aside, the chick also didn’t bring any food with her to share. She showed up to this shindig empty handed with a pee stick.

Now, piss doesn’t really bug me out. I’ve urinated on people, I’ve been urinated on. I’ve shot a whole bunch of videos documenting the process. It doesn’t turn me on…it’s not my kink…but I don’t care if I’m involved in a scene where that type of activity is happening.

Furniture giant Ikea seems to be on team, “We don’t give a fuck about pee,” and has launched a new ad campaign that gives extra discounts on cribs and baby furniture to families who can prove that they are pregnant.

How do they prove that they are pregnant, you ask?

By peeing on one of their ads. If you’re pregnant, it will reveal a special price. Here’s a clip of the commercial.

Now, that’s all well and good. It’s a unique ad that will generate a buzz (hell, I’m writing about it, aren’t I?). My question is though…what do the cashiers do with the pissed on papers when the customer’s come into the stores to redeem them? Do they just get stuffed under the cash drawer with the rest of the money?

This confuses and intrigues me.

The ad can be found in the Swedish magazine Amelia this month. If anyone from that country wants to send me a copy, I’m down to peruse the pages.

What do you Peepz think about this ad campaign? Is it an innovative way to save some cash or are you totally turned off by the idea?

Let me know in the comments below or hit me up on twitter.

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