Play-Doh’s Poop Troop!
Most parents probably hope that when their kid gets up to 3 years old, they’re done with playing with caca. But for the parents out there who want to raise a scat queen-in-training, Play-Doh has the perfect thing. I’m actually disappointed and disgusted with Play-Doh. Not because they put out a toy that promotes shit play, but because they missed an opportunity to rebrand as Play-Doo-Doo for this mess.
Play-Doh has announced on Facebook that they’ve sharted up the Poop Troop, a $14.99 play set where you can make poop emojis out of Play-Doh and slap plastic eyes and mouths on them. I see you bitches looking at that description and saying that we’ve already got turds with plastic parts and they’ve got their own show on E!.
This is the description from Play-Doh.
Who’s in your poop troop?! from giggle-worthy poop monsters to creations like the famous emojis, kids can create a rainbow of their own hilarious Play-Doh characters. You might make a face at the idea, but making silly faces for your characters is literally what it’s all about! to start the fun, use the poo mold, tools, and Play-Doh colors to create your character’s body. Grab the eyes, arms, mouths, and other accessories and plug them in different places to make all kinds of silly faces. Mix them up for a giggling good time again and again, and don’t forget to clean up after yourself!
If you scoot through the comments on that FB post, you’ll see that some are disgusted with Play-Doh jumping on the “feces band wagon” (isn’t that the unofficial name of the current Air Force One?) and that children’t don’t need to be encouraged to play with poop.
If I had a kid, I’d definitely get them a Play-Doh Poop Troop play set. Because then I can lay back with a box of wine and a joint in the backyard and say, “Hey, little Concepcion, go pick up the little Play-Doh Poop Troops that our dog made on the grass and put them in that bucket.”