Scrubbing Bubbles: Now So Ball-Kickingly Awesome They’re Sort of Absurd

I have made my love of Scrubbing Bubbles known numerous times on this blog. In this post alone I waxed fondly about them for paragraphs on end. I’m not sure I need to go on. I love them.

Recently, however, I went to restock my supply and came across this new twist on the old favorite:

At first I couldn’t have been more excited. Let’s take a closer look:

I mean they took  my beloved bubbles and clamped a foghorn on the top. How could I not love this? If General George S. Patton ever cleaned his shower, these are the Scrubbing Bubbles he would have used.  No more crappy little nozzles, now you can clean your bathroom while you eliminate Nazis. These things kick ass.

Only…and I hesitate to say this…but I think maybe it’s possible they’ve made the Scrubbing Bubbles too powerful?

Look, here’s my shower after I tried to give it a little sprucing up (yes my shower is pink, I rent, shut up):

It’s like a freaking bukake film in there. And I only sprayed for like three seconds. And also three-quarters of the bottle are gone.

I’m scared to go back into my bathroom.

The bubbles are firmly in control now.

It was only a matter of time…