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Emergencies happen all the time, especially in 2020, and that’s why it’s crucial to be prepared with the right emergency kit. Whether it’s a natural disaster, a medical emergency or… a bathroom emergency. Sure, an unscheduled number two isn’t usually life-threatening or property-destroying in the way that an earthquake is, but it’s definitely urgent.
If you’ve been caught in a tricky situation restroom-wise, you know what we’re talking about, and we’ve got the emergency kit you need. JUDY, the trendy emergency kit company, has teamed up with Poo-Pourri, everyone’s favorite toilet spray, to bring you the JUDY For Your Booty bathroom preparedness kit.
Sure, you laugh now… but once you’re stuck without toilet paper mid-stomach bug, you’ll rue the day you turned a blind eye to an emergency poop plan.
Poo-Pourri is a before-you-go toilet spray designed to save you from the awkward situation of stinking up a friend’s restroom, and JUDY is designed to literally save your life in the event of a natural disaster. They make kits with up to 72 hours of supplies for your whole family. So, naturally, the two have created the ultimate kit for surviving bathroom emergencies.
Whether you need to have an unexpected BM on a camping trip or want to avoid embarrassment after a post-Thanksgiving dinner bathroom trip, keep JUDY for Your Booty on-hand.
So, what does a poop preparedness kit have in it?
Each of these kits contains:
- A Poo-Pourri spray,
- Antibacterial hand wipes
- Butt wipes
- Atowel for cold leg
- A whistle in case you need to call for help (or toilet paper)
- A glow stick to light the way to safety.
They’ve covered all your bases and created just the right kit for peace of mind when your stomach is feeling queazy. Grab one (or a few) and stow them away in your restroom. They’ll also make great gag gifts for the upcoming holidays.
Supplies are limited so make sure you arm yourself with these essential supplies sooner rather than later. You never know when disaster will strike.