If you think you’ve seen every kind of celebrity endorsement, wait until you see what Travis Barker is advertising.
The Blink-182 drummer has teamed up with the company Liquid Death — known for its canned mountain water — to create a signature, um, enema kit.
“Travis Barker played drums on the hit album Enema of the State,” Liquid Death notes. “Does that make him an expert on enemas? No. And neither are we. But together, we are launching a revolutionary new enema kit that might turn all of your dreams into reality.”
Included in an Enema of the State Collectible Enema Kit is a “custom-branded enema bulb,” as well as a 19.2-ounce can of Liquid Death autographed by Barker. Naturally, it costs $182.
While the Enema of the State Collectible Enema Kit is indeed very real — it is not April 1, we checked multiple times — a disclaimer notes that it is a “limited edition collectible adult art piece and not intended for use as a real medical device.”
If that sounds like something you’re interested in, you can order your own now via LiquidDeath.com.
In addition to being what we can only assume is one of the only famous musician to endorse an enema kit, Barker is gearing up to hit the road with Mark Hoppus and the returning Tom DeLonge for a world Blink-182 tour, kicking off May 4 in St. Paul, Minnesota. The group also just headlined the second weekend of Coachella.
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