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posted on 31 Jul 2014 in Toiletries

Tired of all of those animal-based bath salts?

Photo courtesy of Greg.
Found in cosmetics shop in Sapporo, Japan. 

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  1. algernon | 4:03 am |

    But not of Fukushima

  2. algernon | 4:04 am |

    But make have traces of minerals

  3. timmy | 4:05 am |

    Disclaimer: You may have the desire to kill people after consumption.

  4. DrLex | 4:07 am |

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  5. Big Fat Cat | 4:18 am |

    It’s free of animal ingredients but it has lots of sharp metallic objects

  6. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:30 am |

    WARNING: May include traces of excrements, of course

  7. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:32 am |

    Yes, of course

  8. Frank Burns | 5:23 am |

    A certain homeless man in Florida may disagree with that.

  9. Marum | 6:02 am |

    I hope so. I don’t need a bath full of weasel crap.

  10. Chuck | 6:04 am |

    @Marum: Agreed. I get enough of that in my coffee !

  11. Marum | 6:04 am |

    Contains salts of Sodium. May spontaneously explode, without warning

  12. Chuck | 6:06 am |

    “…completely free of animal ingredients.”

    Unlike the Chinese version, which is tiger bone salts.

  13. Marum | 6:23 am |

    For a completely surreal experience, fill bath with Acetone Peroxide.

  14. Sparky | 6:55 am |

    The old salty dog is officially out of a job.

  15. Lora | 10:33 am |

    …However, about 50 marigold flowers were brutally killed to make this product.

  16. Mike | 12:00 pm |

    But more importantly, is it gruten free?

  17. Mr. Wrong | 12:15 pm |

    No animals were harmed or humiliated in the making of this product. Except for that slacker weasel we threw into the pot.

  18. Droll not Troll | 4:12 pm |

    That’s a relief! All the piranhas in the last bath salts I used were a real downer!

  19. Droll not Troll | 4:17 pm |

    @Marum | 6:23 am: That’s a cat-alyst, mate. Beware of animal products!

  20. Marum | 8:06 am |

    @DnT I was thinking of Sodium Azide. (NaN3. The gas forming agent which blows out and inflates your car’s air-bags

  21. Marum | 9:16 am |

    Sori. C9H18 O6 TCAP. Yeah. An acid catalyst. Which is a cat on LSD.

  22. Is this a big problem in Japan … animal bits in your bath?

  23. EffEff | 9:27 pm |

    Bits of Krokodil?

  24. Nyanko | 12:44 pm |

    Uhh, this isn’t Engrish at all. There are animal-derived ingredients in loads of bathroom products. Your shampoo or bodywash very likely contains glycerin (potentially from animal fat), lanolin (from sheep’s wool), urea (potentially from urine), beeswax or a number of other animal ingedients. Glycerin in particular is very likely to be in bath salts and could be animal or plant-derived, but there’s no way to know unless the company says. Clearly this is just a perfectly well-written vegan product.

  25. argondo | 4:03 pm |

    You would be surprised how many things especially soaps that is made of animal related products……

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