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New Reality Show: I Sell Smelly Penis Cream

The inventor of a “penis odor cream” is now trying to pitch his life as a reality show. The idea may stink, but the press release is pretty amusing.

By (@jr_raphael)

August 10, 2009

NodorO Reality ShowMove over, “Real World” — a new reality king is coming to town. Meet Dominic Adams, the president, CEO (and, we assume, only customer) of NodorO, the “male genital odors removal cream.”

NodorO, for some unimaginable reason, hasn’t exactly taken off since its invention in 2007. Now, Adams is working on a cruise ship as he struggles to sell his smelly weenie cream — and he wants someone to turn his life into America’s next smash-hit reality show.

Some highlights from a press release sent out this week:

“The company has been slowly growing but the current economy, growing expenses and the lack of capital, forced Adams to cut expenses by taking a job on board a cruise ship in 2008.”

Yes, it’s the current economy that’s keeping NodorO from succeeding. Keep telling yourself that, stinky-pants.

“Adams … always dreamed of becoming a successful entrepreneur and to attain the noble ranks of greats such as Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Donald Trump.”

The only problem is that while they created groundbreaking technology, he created a penis perfume.

“My concept would feature myself living in a house with my three actual best friends. One is a Hugh Grant look-a-like laid back sarcastic 24 years old guy from England. The other one is a 35 years old big Italian guy from California. Dark bushy eyebrows and quick-witted, I have known him 15 years. And the third one used to be my roommate.”

But do they all have unsolvable penis odor? Where’s the conflict, damn it?!

If you’re interesting in financing the NodorO reality show, please smack yourself in the head until you come to your senses. If you’re somehow still interested, smack yourself again, then watch the following video:






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Comments

  • http://www.YourDoseofLunacy.com/ Monica Hamburg

    Why is it that people who lead painfully mudane lives always think they would make for excellent TV?

    “I have 3 friends. We hang out some. I tell you, it's gonna be great.”

    • KS003

      On the upside, at least we'd always know their wangs smelled amazingly fresh.

      • http://esarcasm.com dantynan

        and with just a hint of mint.

  • Tom

    You people have quite a small imagination. Imagine that I came up to you one day and said: “Hey, I have an idea, I will make a pill that makes penises erect” BEFORE that little blue pill becomes Viagra. You would no think that it's such a stupid idea after all right? It sounds that this guy is doing it on his own without deeps pockets and big corporate money. I just read the press release and I have to say that this guy is inspiring. He saw an opportunity where there was no competition, and now is doing what it takes to make his business grow without giving up. He seems quite confident and uses that cream like any other comodity an treats it like any other business.

    Oh yeah… and CVS, the #1 pharmacy chain in the U.S. already jumped on the Nodoro train.

    • dan

      you know what they say: it's not the size of your imagination that counts, it's what you can do with it. even if your pockets aren't deeps.

      dt

  • corimic

    As stupid this ideea is there will be a lot of guy who will byu this stuff thinking that girls will appreciate their good smelling erectie

  • weaselsqueezer

    What exactly is the etiquette involved here? Does one waft with the hand? Whip it out on Sis and ask her opinion?
    Would YOU tell your best friend his crank stinks? Throw down on your Babe and if she heaves you'll know it's time?
    Modern tech does indeed weave a web of confusion!

  • weaselsqueezer

    What exactly is the etiquette involved here? Does one waft with the hand? Whip it out on Sis and ask her opinion?
    Would YOU tell your best friend his crank stinks? Throw down on your Babe and if she heaves you'll know it's time?
    Modern tech does indeed weave a web of confusion!