Coming soon from Groupon: The Potty-Putter bathroom game — priced to, uh, move at $13.95. No matter how long nature may take, you can while away the time by seeking to sink putts on a miniature greensward that hugs the footing of your fixture.
Okay, so Augusta National it’s not. But it could be fun — provided you don’t lean too far forward and fall off.
Addressing that possibility, a Groupon spokesperson asks: “Aren’t there risks just about any time you sit down on the pot?” At ABC News’ suggestion that the game could use a safety feature, she agreed, “a seat belt might be smart.”
Potty Putter comes with a “Do Not Disturb” sign included.
The game is arguably in better taste than the battery-operated Butt Putt (not sold by Groupon), where the player aims to sink his shot into a miniature, gaping posterior, thus scoring a “hole in bum.” A successful shot is occasioned by one of six “hilarious” flatulence sound effects.
Sportsmen and women may also wish to consider the Potty Fisher (also not sold by Groupon), which, according to its product description, “comes complete with a water-themed mat, a fishing rod, a bowl for the water and four fish.”