One thing we’ve learned from the poop-emoji hell of the Internet era: When a trend takes off, it’s best to capitalize on it while the iron is hot …
One thing we’ve learned from the poop-emoji hell of the Internet era: When a trend takes off, it’s best to capitalize on it while the iron is hot — because before a few weeks pass by, the meme flame will find itself expunged, and the world will eventually move on to another pointless culture chasm.
Netflix and Chill? Funny, for the first fifteen-billionth time we saw it. But now, the horse’s soul is weak, yelping for forgiveness from the continual beating it’s having to endure. There’s Halloween costumes, countless memes, parodies — the streaming company itself even put out a kind-of-funny video about how to construct a personalized “Netflix and Chill Button.”
But if you’re a broke college student — hell yeah beat the shit out of that horse. Beat it because you’re hungry and need more capital for Faderades and Fireball.
So … introducing … the “Netflix and Chill Condom,” a revolutionary new product … no, actually, it’s just a condom with the Netflix logo on it. But we bet they’ll sell a lot of them. Because, people.
The Netflix and Chill condom is itself branded as a product “made by poor college students at UT Austin,” and claims, “if you whip one of these honeys out and you're actually at a netflix and chill outing with your partner, you're gonna get laid. With a functional 3D-printed steel frame and a built-in cable lock and lighting, the NF and Chill condom is the only condom you'll need to be a douchebag millenial.”
Take that heated iron and run with it, genius college students of UT Austin … get that money!