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2 bidet companies fought for man’s love online

If you ask to be sponsored by a bidet company online, they will find you and fight for you love.


David Covucci

Internet Culture

Published Jan 13, 2017   Updated May 25, 2021, 5:08 am CDT

One of the truly great things about Twitter is that when you send a tweet out into the world, anyone can respond. 

Of course, that is also its worst flaw, like when you just want to post about how excited you are to watch The Voice and 90 trolls pop up in your mentions to tell you anyone who likes Adam Levine is a cuck.

(It’s like, have they even seen the Sugar video?) 

It can be frustrating, annoying, and mind-numbing, but we deal with that bad because it occasionally yields the oh-so-good. 

Like when a man tweets about bidets, and out of nowhere, two separate bidet companies begin vying for his affection. 

Stever Zaragoza said his dream was to be sponsored by a bidet company. What that would entail, no one knows. Free bidets, would be my guess.  

Almost instantly, Brondell, Inc, maker of “innovative, healthy, and eco-friendly” bidets, jumped. 

Out of nowhere came Bio-Bidet with the dunk. 

What does that even mean? Who knew there was such beef in the bidet game? Who cares, honestly?

Me, that’s for sure. 

Steve certainly enjoyed the smack on his timeline. 

Brondell hit back, displaying its best bidet qualities. 

KBIS is the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show, where the best in the bidet game bring it. When not bringing it online. Which is what Bio Bidet was doing. 

Damn, a Napoleon Dynamite GIF. That’s how you web 2.0. 

Brondell brought it right back.  

Ball don’t lie, in this case ball being picture proof of your large toilet showcase at KBIS 2017. 

Anyway, Michael had the right-est take. 

Yes. Hi. Clean my butt. 

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*First Published: Jan 13, 2017, 6:21 pm CST