Woman’s Galaxy Bath Bomb Turns Her Skin Blue

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A woman on Twitter is claiming that a bath bomb has turned her skin blue and people online can’t handle it.

Rebekah Butler posted an image of herself with her dyed skin, making the not-unfair comparison between herself and a Smurf.

She claimed to have purchased the bath bomb from Kroger, but she is understandably not happy with her buy.

She wrote on Twitter:

Ladies, don’t you dare buy the galaxy bath bomb from Kroger. Seriously. I was in the bath for a solid 5 minutes and now I am a freaking SMURF.

It seriously dyed my skin. So to everyone I snapchat, enjoy looking at my forehead till I am no longer a smurf.

And obviously, people on the internet did nothing to offer their condolences, but instead began to rip into her for being completely blue.

People were super quick to point out all the potential job opportunities she could get from the accident like the Blue Man Group or the role as the Genie from Aladdin in a school production.

Others pointed out all the iconic ‘blueings’ in cinema and TV history, including Tobias Funke from Arrested Development who didn’t quite get a gig with the Blue Man Group.

But this isn’t the only time bath bombs have turned people different colours, it seems to be a bit of a side effect of a lot of these products.

All this talks of bath bombs, we’re suddenly craving the KFC bath bomb which leaves you smelling like fried chicken.

For some hardcore fried chicken lovers, this would be their idea of heaven on Earth…

KFC and novelty retailers, Village Vanguard (the geniuses behind soup baths) joined forces to create a cluck-xurious KFC bath bomb.

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The savoury bath product is officially known as ‘Chicken Smell Bathing Powder’ and is jam packed with the Colonel’s top secret potion of 11 herbs and spices.

To add an extra dose of realism, the deep-fried frother is shaped like a hearty drumstick – just don’t be tempted to take a bite as this will no doubt ruin your chicken-zen.

Hopefully this won’t leave your body covered in a secret blend of 11 herbs and spices, though.