There's a company in England called Shreddies that makes underwear that absorbs your FLATULENCE. We're not sure how effective they are, but the company's sold tens of thousands of pairs, so they must be decent.
But what if you don't want to wear their underwear . . . or any underwear at all . . . and you still want gas blocking power?
Good news . . . they just launched two new product lines. Now they make flatulence-absorbing JEANS and PAJAMAS, for both men and women.
The jeans look decently stylish, but they'll set you back $156, plus another $23 for shipping. The pajama pants are $117, plus the $23 shipping.
But can you really put a price on being able to eat whatever you want without worrying about clearing out a room?
You can check them out at MyShreddies.com.
Everyone hates long, boring car rides. So the joke on road trips is to ask "are we there yet" right away. But kids don't say it as a joke. Here's how it actually breaks down . . .
Believe it or not, kids get a bad rap. They actually CAN be pretty patient. But once that impatience sets in, things get ugly FAST.
A new survey found that the average kid starts asking "Are we there yet?" exactly two hours and 23 minutes into a road trip.
And if the answer is "No" . . . look out. Because 14 minutes later, they'll start fighting and arguing with you, or their brothers and sisters. Here are the other two things they found . . .
The average summer road trip is three hours and 49 minutes.
And 55% of people try to make it without stopping for more than one or two quick bathroom breaks.
But the promotion was no crap. In fact it was so popular the theme park sold out of the product and has stopped selling it, a spokesperson told the Daily News Monday. It just traveled right through the park. The spokesperson said the candy was being offered on a trial run and there are no plans on when it will be brought back. Reports that Disney pulled the item due to complaints are inaccurate, the spokeswoman said.