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Get a Whiff of This! SOUTH PARK: THE FRACTURED BUT WHOLE Gets a Fart Pillow

Get a Whiff of This! SOUTH PARK: THE FRACTURED BUT WHOLE Gets a Fart Pillow

Considering the name of the new South Park game, The Fractured But Whole, I don’t know what I expected from a product tie-in for it. And yet somehow I was still caught off guard when I got a whiff of this particular one. But that doesn’t mean you’ll want to pass on it, because for plenty of you fans of Comedy Central’s classic cartoon this will certainly toot your horn. Yup, you’ll want to hit the gas on buying this item.

It’s a fart pillow.

We shit you not.

To celebrate the release of The Fractured But Whole (always funny to say), GameStop has an exclusive pillow adorned with–who else–Cartman in his getup as “The Coon.” Made from a “soft boa plush appliqué” (which sounds really especially fancy for a pillow that farts), it takes three batteries, and when someone sits on it, the pillow produces one of two flatulent sounds.

It’s basically the most comfortable whoopee cushion ever.

But because this was made for South Park fans, they took their fart noises super seriously. GameStop says its designers “put extensive research” into making sure “this product provides an array of realistic flatulence.” This isn’t some regular fart pillow with some over-the-top, unrealistic fart sounds. This thing has integrity.

You can order yours through GameStop’s website, and it will give you the runs….err, run you $29.99.

That’s a lot cheaper alternative for something to blame that “strange noise” on than getting a dog.

Do you want your very own fart pillow? Blow into our comments section with your thoughts, even if they stink.

Images: Ubisoft, GameStop

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