It could become the No. 2 dating app in the country.
Bidet company Tushy will launch a service centered on users' poop.
Cheek2Cheek, which is pitched to “fecal aficionados,” will invite people to upload pictures of themselves, their toilets and their poop, according a press release from Tushy.
Other than its poop-centric options, Cheek2Cheek will function like any other dating app, the release said. Tushy said it will pay up to $20,000 for any couple’s wedding if they meet on Cheek2Cheek.
“With Cheek2Cheek you will be able to meet someone with a similar comfortability level about pooping as you,” Tushy founder Miki Agrawal said in the release. “You can also find someone with the same sized/shaped poops as you, bathroom etiquette as you or just someone experiencing similar gut/butt health issues.”
Agrawal noted that niche dating apps have become more popular during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This isn’t Tushy’s first stunt; in 2018 the company’s subway ads were rejected by the MTA.
As Tushy put it, “Love is in the derriere.”
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