Surely by now, you’ve seen some unnecessarily gendered products. You know, the pink razors that cost more than the blue ones, or the body wash made specifically with men in mind.
However, one Twitter user recently started a thread about unnecessarily gendered products, and the things she posted are pretty funny.
Men don’t use bath bombs, they relax with grenade-shaped bath blasters, instead.
Now you can have pink glue made especially for ladies.
Everyone knows that girls would much rather have “girly girl” binoculars. It helps us see better.
I didn’t know that bread could be so manly.
Did you know that only boys can read this version of the bible?
Other Users Have Chimed in, and the Results Are Hilarious
Does cat hair stick to men’s clothing differently?
Look, everyone knows that women just can’t eat beef or chicken products. They need their own menu.
Ladies can’t have regular pens, either.
On the same account, men really need man-sized tissues to blow their noses.
And men certainly can’t be bothered to look at their reflections in a regular woman’s mirror, right?
Men and women need different gift cards, because everyone knows that only women are allowed at Bed Bath & Beyond, and only men are allowed to eat at Buffalo Wild Wings.
I have been dreaming of the day that I could “sleep pretty in pink.”
Creepy skulls for tough guys, and cute strawberries for mommy’s little princess!
Dude wipes! For dudes who can’t wipe with regular flushable wipes.
Women, don’t you dare try to crush your thirst with this man’s can!
Girls don’t need the whole book, just this perfectly pink collection.
War paint: for men who want to wear makeup without admitting that they’re wearing makeup. Any other way just wouldn’t be manly.
It’s true! Men no longer have to eat that regular yogurt that’s been on grocery store shelves all these years.
Is this a men-specific flavor? Does it taste like monster truck exhaust and raw steak?
How would you know which kind of soup to get, if they weren’t so perfectly labeled?
The “girl” version is “crunchy and lovely,” while the “boy” version is “crunchy and powerful.”