" UFO soap pump " is a soap dispenser with a UFO type pump. The bottle is shaped like a "traction beam" that aliens use to suck up people and cows.
A pink bottle has appeared in the "UFO soap pump". In addition to the conventional "cow (blue)" and "human (yellow)", "pig (pink)" can now be selected.
How to use is the same as a general soap dispenser. If you push the UFO part with a squeak, the detergent will come out of the nozzle. The detergent should be transparent so that people, cows, and pigs in the bottle can easily see it.
By the way, when it comes to taking away by aliens, cows or people are the standard. I've never heard of a pig being taken away by an alien. Why did Duncan Shotton, the designer of "UFO soap pump", choose pigs for the new version?
When adding a new color to the "UFO soap pump," Shotton decided that pink was the color that wouldn't look out of place alongside blue and yellow. And when I thought about an animal that looks good on pink, I heard that a pig came to my mind.
A pig who was taken away by an alien at Shotton's taste. I feel a little pitiful.
In addition, like the conventional "cow (blue)" and "human (yellow)" versions, the "pig (pink)" version is made only with the technology of the earth. Shotton claims that no special technology obtained from aliens is used.
So, even if the UFO part of the "UFO soap pump" disappears one day, it's likely that it didn't fly into space, but was washed and forgotten somewhere. Let's look around the washing place.
You can buy it on Duncan Shotton's official website. The price is £ 12.50 and a separate shipping fee of £ 3.95 is required.