I don't know if the SNL commercial parody for a product called "Ass Don't Smell" inspired the inventors of this product but the connection in my mind cracks me up. Meeting all of your body odor needs. I couldn't find the original sketch but here's a parody of the parody, I think. Remember, only 35 shopping days 'til Christmas.


Two Replies to Christmas Post #10: SNL Parody Inspires Product

Amy Austin | November 21, 2007
OMG... was so not prepared for the "scentsation" after the voiceover... (Cotton candy -- ewww!!!)

Steve West | November 21, 2007
Do you recall the SNL sketch I referred to? Kevin Nealon and Tim Meadows, maybe?


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