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Defictionalization of Fight Club soap

“Tyler sold his soap to department stores at $20 a bar. Lord knows what they charged. It was beautiful. We were selling rich women their own fat asses back to them.” said the Narrator more than a decade ago in one of the most remarkable movies of late 90’s, “Fight Club“. You still remember that pink soap, don’t you?

So let’s assume there was a company that manufactured this kind of soap, then we could say a movie is one of the best ways to stick a product in your mind for a long long time. I’ve got news, this soap exists in the market and you can buy it!

Omni Consumer Products™ had a very interesting idea; to make fictional products into real ones. They do a hard job to acquire the rights of those fictional products and then they go ahead on the second level of difficulty; manufacturing. Advertising them is not a hard job, obviously.

Fight Club soap as described in company’s site:

Plenty of soaps are made with natural ingredients. Usually what that means is that they’re made of ground-up flowers and tropical fruits.

If you’re going to shower, be a man about it. Introducing the only soap made with electrolytes, caffeine, and punching. Don’t waste your time with anything less.

You’re welcome.

  • First-time ever officially licensed
  • Modeled from original fight club props and artwork
  • Caffeinated. Because.

I hope they soon will be making ACME’s products. I would definitely need Vanishing Paint and Jet Propelled Pogo Stick. Because.

Until then, watch out the accidents when the soap drops.



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This entry was posted on December 14, 2011 by in advertype, gadgetype, objectype and tagged , , , , .

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