Friday, 24. May 2013 - 17:05
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Following on from the success of vending machines selling used schoolgirl knickers to perverted Japanese men, a new product has come on the market in the form of a perfume that supposedly smells like a boy's freshly washed bottom.
"The Smell of a Boy’s Anus" is a scented oil on sale now in Japan by Japanese adult goods company, Tamatoys, that caused outrage in 2002 with their "schoolgirl armpit" and "schoolgirl urine" scents.
It is part of a series of themed fragrance oils and sold under the tagline, "The forbidden scent - experience that smell one more time".
In its promotional material on its website the firm says the oil "The Smell of a Boy’s Anus" is a "real anal smell bottle" that captures the "pheromone emitted from the anus of a cute boy".
Tamatoys however stresses that, "This product does not smell like anything unpleasant. It is purely the smell of the anus, a strong musky perfume smell, tinged with a pungent odour."
But even in Japan the perfume has attracted criticism online, with one writing: "I can’t believe the Japanese are such pitiful humans.
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