Get nostalgic for the halcyon days of youth whenever you’re in the bathroom with Athletes Brand’s Baseball Glove Scented Soap. Now all you need are dirt-scented shampoo and chain link fence-scented candles.
Made from organic coconut and olive oils, Cheifs’ big and burly soaps will have you smelling great, while at the same time destroying dirt and grime grime with its exfoliating scrubby bits. Choose from pine, lime or sweet tobacco scents.
These awesome smelling handmade soaps come in manly fragrances like “Fire in the Hole” (campfire, gunpowder, sage, whiskey and bacon) and “Hair of the Dog” (whiskey and coffee). And the always festive “Unicorn Poop.”
With macho aromas like Beer and Log Cabin, Adam Anderson’s handcrafted Mansoaps are an easy gift. We’re patiently waiting for Post Football Practice and Dirty Socks to be added to the repertoire.
Move bishop to bathroom and checkmate dirt with these awesome set of soaps made to look like life-size chess pieces. You can customize the colors and scent of the set. Soap chessboard not included.
Made with “electrolytes, caffeine, and punching”, this officially licensed soap is based on original assets from this organization that doesn’t exist and which we’re not even talking about.
Nathalie StÃ¤mpfli designed two soap dispensers that make use of bars instead of the liquid kind, grating the bars into flakes, keeping them dry and longer lasting.
We can’t seem to find the pin on this bar of soap, cast from an actual WWII steel grenade. We’d advise against traveling with this in your luggage, unless you want “special” treatment from the TSA.
The ladies will surely spot you when you use this soap. It will leave you
sneaky squeaky clean. And if they’re into gaming, you’ll earn bonus points when you show them the box that it comes in.
This concept lets you break off tiny slivers of soap so you can wash your hands without ever defiling a shared block of soap with your germs. You could just use pump soap, but this looks way cooler.
Clean up your act with element number 92, Uranium. This periodic table-inspired soap bar not only teaches you a science lesson, but it emits a “radioactive” glow when the lights go down.
The Abby Normal soap is trusted by picky zombies and mad scientists. Even though it comes in a jar, rest assured that the soap’s not made of flesh and blood. At least we don’t think.
It wasn’t made to look like bacon just for the heck of it – Greg Grabowy hopes that his product’s fun form will encourage people to wash their hands more often. UnFortunately, it’s not bacon scented.