Dino and Stacy

For the gassy one in your life
For the gassy one in your life

SHREDDIES. It’s a new underwear line from England that claims to filter out the smell of flatulence. Made from the same material that’s used for CHEMICAL WARFARE suits, the company promises that the underwear will completely absorb and hide the smell of whatever you accidentally (or on purpose) emit from your backside.

Now, ladies before you say, “Oh, the perfect gift for my flatulent man,” you should know the company also makes a pair for women too. The men’s underwear are boxer briefs. The women’s are just briefs. And ladies – DON’T read this and say, “We don’t do that sort of thing.” You do. You’re just a bit more shy and clandestine about it.

Odor-free ain’t cheap! The men’s underwear cost between $39-$45 a pair. The women’s are priced between $31-34. I don’t understand the price difference, but apparently MEN’S flatulence comes at a premium. Once you add in a shipping charge of $8, you’re talking about a pretty pricey pair of undies. Maybe it would be cheaper to just invest in some BEANO.

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