It’s never easy telling someone they smell, but a new service called Deodorgrams plans to make it a little easier by anonimously sending friends and acquaintances a scented deodorant.
I remember back in high-school we would get stinkers deodorants for their birthday, which was kind of cruel, and didn’t really work on clueless colleagues. Man, how I wish a service like Deodorgrams was available back then, it would have probably saved me from days of smelly torture. The first deodorant messaging system of its kind, Deodorgrams was created by an Arizona-based natural body products company and will probably become a big hit, because let’s face it, sending an anonymous deodorant beats looking your friends in the eye and telling them they smell bad. The unique service will let your friends know exactly how you feel, without telling them who you are.
So how does the Deodorgrams option work? It’s quite simple, really. All you have to do is visit the company’s online shop, buy one of their For Pits Sake! deodorants (lavender, citrus, lime & clove or unscented), have a message included with the gift (the most popular one is “You’ve always been such a cute little stinker, now you can just be cute and little! Please enjoy this hard working natural deodorant sent to you from a caring friend”) and fill out the recipient’s address. The deodorant is sent by mail, and the person getting the “gift” will have the company’s return address as the only identifiable source.