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March 27, 2017 / Posted by:

Shampoodle!

Shampoodle looks like she was pulled out of the pastel-colored vagine of the 1980s, but she didn’t make her debut in toy stores until 1991. Sometime in the late 80s, Rub-A-Dub-Doggie and Lady Lovely Locks’ dog, Silky Pup, definitely conceived Shampoodle after a beautiful night of bareback fun, but the gestation time of a pastel dog toy must be at least a couple of years. Because Shampoodle was totally an 80s trick living in a 90s world.

Shampoodle was a bathtime toy from Hasbro and she was definitely Katy Perry’s biggest style icon. Shampoodle had stunning cotton candy polyester hair, a chest full of several magnificent bubble tits (I’ve counted like six) and she had a sparkle in her eyes from huffing the last glittery fumes that wafted off of the 80s.

While in the tub with Shampoodle, you’d fill her rubber body with shampoo and bathwater and squeeze her belly until a giant dollop of suds shot out of her head. So basically, you’d squeeze her so hard that her foam brains would pop out of her head. Since I put it that way, this commercial is like the most magical and adorable horror movie trailer ever.

Shampoodle wasn’t the hit she should’ve been and that’s because she was born too late. A child of the mid-80s would’ve completely appreciated a pastel poodle in a bubble two-piece who farted up foam from her head.

Shampoodle’s tagline was also, “Squeeze my tummy for lots of foamy bathtime fun.” Hasbro may be able to sue me for copyright infringement, because that’s dangerously close to a line in my Grindr profile: “Squeeze me for lots of foamy fun!

Pic: Tumblr (For Debra)

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