It’s important for agents of the Federal Bureau of Foreign Culinary Relations to maintain their cover. But do you know what all those strange snacks do to your insides? Let me tell you, it’s not pretty. It could even blow an agent’s cover, if you know what I mean.
That’s why Fresh Drop Bathroom Odor Preventor seemed like it would be a useful addition to the FBFCR’s field kit. The package claims that Fresh Drop neutralizes embarrassing odors, but in this case, it would serve a much more important purpose. FBFCR agents are used to being put in embarrassing situations, so they would instead call upon Fresh Drop to neutralize any revealing remnants of Milk Peanut with Soup and Ching Poo Luong.
As one would expect, Fresh Drop comes in a small dropper bottle (and since it comes in a dropper, it carries a dire warning: “NOT FOR EYES!”). The back of the package contains paragraphs of instructions, but the slogan on the front sums it all up nicely: “A Fresh Drop before you go, no one will ever know!” Really. I didn’t make that up. That’s what it says.
The back of the package explains that Fresh Drop is a “highly concentrated plant extract”. So, you ask, how does it work? Well, on one hand, not as well as claimed. But on the other hand, our spies indicate that the East Mangoustani government believes that the FBFCR is now employing trained koalas as culinary agents. This should throw them off the scent for some time to come. It must have something to do with that plant extract I mentioned earlier. Think about it. Go on.
As an interesting side note, this product is part of the Brands with Braille line. That green stripe along the top of the package is embossed with Braille that reads “toilet deodorizer”. It’s the only product I’ve ever seen (no pun intended, really!) that includes Braille on the package.