Well, at least it’s not absorbent.
In the latest of designs that should’ve been checked before getting manufactured, a pool float has gone viral, thanks to looking like it belongs in a feminine hygiene aisle.
The photo was initially shared on Reddit, but also got plenty of attention when it was shared by author Jillian David on Twitter Monday, who said this could’ve been avoided with a focus group of women.
Fair enough: because it resembles a giant maxi pad.
Oh and yes, there’s jokes. The internet has jokes.
Probably the only product that’ll get me through one day of my period.
— General Chach Organa (@ChachiBobinks) July 4, 2017
If you don’t want to lose this on the pool deck, just pull off the adhesive strip on the back and attach it to your chair!
— Becky McG. (@bmmcgar) July 3, 2017
Has someone made the surfing the crimson wave joke yet?
— elephantista (@elephantista) July 3, 2017
The pool float is actually for sale, by the way, and not some craftily hatched up Photoshop job.
“The Aquaria Pasadena Pool Float has a fun marbleized design, luxuriously soft, durable and Made in the USA,” reads the description for the float on Sam’s Club.
It’s also on Amazon, which is accompanied by some rather fantastic customer reviews. What else do you expect from the internet?