"Introvert Soap" Is Just One Of Many Hilarious, Oddly Specific Soaps To Gift Your Loved Ones
If you're about to hop in the shower to prepare for an off-the-hook, totally lit, out of control night at home alone with your cat and Netflix, then Soap for Introverts is for you. The Whiskey River Soap Co., the ingenious company behind the bar soap, knows introverts — just like they know foodies, coffee addicts, musicians, crazy exes, and Canadians, whom they've also #blessed with their own scents. Nobody is safe from their sarcastic, witty, completely hilarious products, which also include candles, bath bombs, and journals. If you can take a joke and like to poke fun at others (and yourself), the Whiskey River Soap Co. is probably a good match for you.
All jokes aside (even though the jokes are the best part), the company isn't here just to make you giggle. They create their own products locally, make their soap by hand, pour their own (soy!) candles, and aim to give you more than your boring, cheap-o, run-of-the-mill novelty gifts.
You can shop online with them and grab a bar of soap for less than $10; or if you're on a budget and just need some entertainment, head to their Facebook page and try not to laugh. I dare you.
In the meantime, here are some of their funniest scents.
I need 20 of these.
2. Writer's Block
This couldn't be more true.
Ha! 4:20. Colorado. Jokes.
4. Debbie Downers
We all know a few Negative Nancys in life.
5. Awkward Moments
Life gets weird sometimes. We all need this for our tubs.
For everyone who likes to document their duck lips.
Oh yes. Bring on the passive-aggressive comments and vague Facebook posts.
8. Dirty Minds
Finally! Something we can all relate to.
9. Online Dating
Yup. Sounds about right.
10. Upcycled Garbage
I can vouch for the accuracy of this one, because it's totally me.
11. The Middle Child
Do you know someone with Middle Child Syndrome? I bet they need this soap.
Garbage and goo! I don't even know what goo smells like, and this is still funny.
13. In-Law Dinners
Your job? Your apartment? Your car? Nope. Not good enough.
Say buh-bye to the English language.