Title: The Bath Bomb of Saltburn.
Age: Brand new.
Appearance: Milky. Salty.
I am not familiar with Saltburn. Let’s start from the beginning. Saltburn is a movie created by Emerald Fennell, an Academy Award-winning filmmaker. It tells the story of a young man who disrupts a stately home after being invited to stay there.
How is this related to bath bombs? It may be challenging to clarify without prior viewing of the movie. Here’s an idea: the film is currently available for streaming on Amazon. Watch it and return in approximately 50 minutes.
If you insist, however, this does not appear to be a beneficial use of my time … Oh my goodness. Correct?
What in the world did I just witness? Isn’t that right? It becomes much more unpleasant after that, but this is typically when individuals begin to understand that Saltburn is probably not going to be the calm, refined drama they anticipated.
Wait a moment – is there really a bath bomb of that? Indeed, there is. Just a heads up: there is a bath bomb inspired by the moment in which Barry Keoghan witnesses Jacob Elordi masturbating in the bathtub, then secretly licks the drain.
Is this true? It seems Lush has recently launched a product called Saltbomb, described as follows: “Indulge in the luxurious bath water of Saltbomb, with its salty and milky blend that is perfect for a lavish experience… It shares its scent with our year-round moisturizing bubble bar, Milky Bath… Leaving the bather with silky smooth water that they will want to savor until the very last drop.”
I will become ill. Therefore, it is best to avoid browsing Etsy.
Why is it popular? It is filled with a large variety of Saltburn items, including candles that have the scent of Elordi’s bathwater.
Ah, let’s not focus on the bathwater. On a brighter note, a creative Australian cocktail company has recently released a Saltburn-inspired beverage. It consists of gin, lychee martini, and coconut milk, in case you’re curious.
Thank you, but I am not interested. Isn’t this incredible? Saltburn has become a popular culture sensation that many movies would do anything to achieve. No one is creating cocktails or bath bombs inspired by Avatar 2.
This could be due to the fact that Avatar 2 did not feature any scenes where a young man ruins the concept of baths permanently. However, there is still hope for Avatar 3.
Say: “The strangest event in Saltburn has been forever preserved as a hygiene product.”
Instead of saying “I prefer to wait for the official Saltburn soil dibber, thank you,” do not say: