Travis Parker stripped off his tattoos for a new business venture.
The rocker, 47, who has recovered from finger surgery, is the star of a bizarre commercial for Liquid Death.
The spot begins with Travis lying on his side in a seductive pose, wearing only a black collar and silver chains, holding a can of mountain water with his nether regions slashed.
“What’s my secret?” Asked.
The shot quickly captured a tattoo of his wife Kourtney Kardashian’s eyes as he continued, “How did I marry the woman of my dreams?” We then see the MTV Music Award winner working his magic on the drums as he continues, “How did I have such a successful career in music?”
Stripped Down: Travis Parker just stripped off his tattoos for a new business venture. The rocker, 47, is the star of a quirky commercial for Liquid Death mountain water
His answer is unusual.
“I use Liquid Death mountain water…in my a**,” the rock star shared.
Then the musician goes on to talk about his collaboration with the very successful company.
The toy maker is holding his new collectible enema kit explaining, “Thanks to my new collectible enema kit from State, I’ve been able to turn my dreams into reality.”
Parker then adds, “And now you can, too.”
Then a female voice begins describing the contents.
“The State Collectible Enema Kit is an actual enema kit that comes with a box of 19 2-ounce containers of Liquid Death Mountain Water.”
The frame cuts to a shot of the distinguished artist holding a water can in one hand and a squeezable lamp in the other.
His lady: Travis is married to reality TV star Kourtney Kardashian. Seen here on her birthday
Seductive Pose: The ad begins with the rocker in a seductive pose holding a can of liquid death. His nether regions were chopped off
Questions: The screen cuts to a shot of wife Kourtney Kardashian’s eyes tattooed, as he asks, “What’s my secret? How did I marry the woman of my dreams?”
Successful: We then see the MTV Music Award winner working his magic on the drums as he continues, “How did you have such a successful career in music?”
Answer: Travis’s answer is unusual. “I use the Liquid Death mountain water…in the a**.” The toy maker is holding his new collectible enema set explaining, “With my new Enema State Collectible Enema Set, I was able to turn my dreams into reality.”
The voiceover says, “When used properly, a state enema can make you as successful as Travis Parker.”
The site shares some interesting testimonials, before going over some caveats.
“The Syringe of the State is a limited edition adult collectible piece of art and is not intended for use as an actual medical device,” the voiceover explains.
An enema should never be placed in or near the state without consulting a doctor first. Also, you shouldn’t put him in or near your boyfriend’s hole without consulting him or his doctor first, either.
Travis picked up the story there stating, “Each can of liquid death is signed by me personally. So what are you waiting for? Get it at Liquiddeath.com/enema. It will be our secret.
Warnings: Being a slick commercial, the creative team made sure to include warnings in writing and via voiceover including, “The Syringe of the State is a limited edition piece of adult art and is not intended for use as an actual medical device.”
Humor: The ad injects even more humor, as it clearly states, “Also, you should not put him in or near your friend’s location without consulting him or his doctor first.”
Travis and Liquid Death first appeared in a tongue-in-cheek commercial on social media on Tuesday.
The Los Angeles-based company was launched after co-founder and CEO Mike Cesario placed an ad for a then-unknown brand on YouTube in 2017.
“The video has garnered millions of views,” he said. the shop. “I think we knew we were going for something that could be really big.”
One secret to their success is that the packaging looks similar to that of beer cans, which appeals to children and adults alike. The company is valued at about $700 million.
LIMITED EDITION: The limited edition set comes with a squeezable bulb and Liquid Death mountain water. 19.2 ounces can be signed by Travis
Blink: On Instagram, the company encouraged fans to grab Travis’ limited-edition show. There are only a few hundred. Blink and they’ll be gone forever’
Other bizarre collaborations included a limited-edition skateboard decked out in paint mixed with the blood of skateboarding legend Tony Hawk.
On Instagram, the company encouraged fans to grab Travis’ limited-run show.
There are only a few hundred. Blink and they’ll be gone forever.