Travis Barker's limited edition Liquid Death enema is sold out

'How have I had such a successful career in music? I use Liquid Death mountain water. In my a******'
Travis Barker of Blink-182
Travis Barker of Blink-182 Photo credit Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic/Getty Images
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Leave it to one of the guys in Blink-182 to offer up a limited-edition enema kit.

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If you've ever tasted water, you certainly know the best available comes in a can with a melting skull logo on it. At least that's what Austrian beverage company Liquid Death would likely tell you. But Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker has another use for the thirst quencher. If you're a big fan of the brand and the band, you might want to keep an eye out for their collectible "luxury enema kit" signed by Travis himself for just $182.

In a clip he shared on his socials, Barker credits the now sold out, limited edition Enema of the State kit as the secret to all of his success. "How did I marry the woman of my dreams? How have I had such a successful career in music? I use Liquid Death mountain water. In my a**hole." His testimonial is followed by others who say they have used it also with great success, including one guy who made it to the front of a human centipede, and another gentleman who now eats people far less often.

Travis Barker, of course, is the perfect tie-in for this outrageous marketing gimmick. Not only is he in the world's leading punk band with the best fart jokes, having a killer 1999 album called Enema of the State certainly helps lend an air of credibility to the item.

While the enema kit (actually a collectible art piece not meant for actual medical use by you or any unsuspecting friends) is currently sold out, let's not forget; Blink-182 also has an album called Take Off Your Pants and Jacket. The marketing possibilities are endless...

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