This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Quilted Northern for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.
Being the parent of two toddlers means that I’m rarely ever alone. Not even in the bathroom. There’s always that glimpse of hope where the kids are being quiet and occupied with reading, watching a show, or playing with their toys that I think I can escape for just a minute to maybe use the bathroom alone, brush my teeth, maybe even shampoo AND condition my hair (I know, let’s not get too crazy). Not even a minute goes by and as soon as they know you’re about to do something for yourself, you’ll see those little hands creep under the door and you’ll hear “Mom!”.
I recently came across the hilarious Designed to be Forgotten videos by Quilted Northern, that highlight the unpleasant experiences our bathroom objects face. Here I am trying to escape to the bathroom while our bathroom objects, like our lovely owl soap dispenser don’t have it as easy. While Quilted Northern toilet paper provides us with a great but NOT memorable experience; our owl has a permanent home on our sink to forever witness it all. They will never forget. Just look at that face, those eyes say enough! Whether it’s your kids bath toys or your animal soap dispenser, we all have at least one object that has endured too much.
The makers of Quilted Northern® have spent more than 100 years innovating bathroom tissue, creating the first luxury 3-ply bath tissue that involved removing splinters from the papermaking process! To celebrate giving you a forgettable experience they’ve launched the Designed to be forgotten™ video series that are directed by renowned Director and Academy Award Nominee, Bennett Miller. These hilarious videos will you give you a glimpse at just how our bathroom objects must feel! Search #HelpMeForget on Twitter to for more hilarious posts.
There’s no such thing as a bathroom break for mom… #ad #HelpMeForget @QuiltedNorthern pic.twitter.com/oGuGytMSbO
— Jackie Houston (@HeartArtsnCraft) June 12, 2015
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