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Who knew toilets and clogged drains could be sexy? Looks like the Liquid Plumr marketing team knows, and is following up its innuendo-filled, sexually charged “Double Impact” and “Need it Now” TV spots with a 2014 calendar dedicated to, you guessed it, sexy plumbers! The hot calendar definitely appeals to the anti-clog, drain-cleaning company’s female consumers, including myself. And if you’re in the market for a sexy, yet work-friendly calendar to hang on your office walls, Liquid Plumbr is offering up a quite studly alternative.
So not only does the calendar show guy eye-candy but it also shows a different Liquid Plumr product on every page. Each month also features a hunky model-plumber with centerfold stats and a short piece of copy on plumbing care. The hot calendar isn’t just steamy because of the pectorally blessed babes on the pages, there are also various inappropriate innuendos. For instance, Mr. January likes quickies, and by that he means quickly cleaning clogged drains. Mr. June talks about the virtues of deep penetration, when it comes to unclogging, and Mr. May’s guilty pleasure is sticky buns.
So although chemical drain openers and sexy don’t typically go hand in hand for most people, Liquid Plumr seems to mesh them seamlessly. Download your own copy here and see if you agree with me.

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