Why Not a Social Network Devoted to Your Butt?

Okay, now I think I’ve seen it all: there is a new social network,, devoted to your butt (well, not just yours, but rather any and all posteriors -- our collective derriere if you will).



advertisement was launched by Gluteboost, a company which sells an “all natural butt enhancement supplement,” as an “online community and social network where Gluteboost users can connect with one another and share their stories and photos of their buttock enhancement journeys.”


At this point, I think it’s appropriate to take a second and ponder this sentence; just let it sink in and savor it for a moment. Your worldview is being expanded: can you feel yourself growing and changing?


Gluteboost president Jonathan Weisman says he was inspired to launch by daily conversations with Gluteboost users sharing stories of success and transformation using Gluteboost’s butt enhancement pills and butt enhancement cream.


Weisman stated: “The women who use our product take an incredible journey to improve their health, body image, and confidence. Bootifly gives our great customers a place to come together, share their stories, and support each other in reaching their goals.” has all the features you’d expect for a social network, including the ability to share photos, like posts, and follow other users, but as Weisman points out, “The great thing about this social network… is that it's solely devoted to butt enhancement, so the community is very tightly knit and focused on a common purpose.”


I hope you go about your day feeling inspired and uplifted for your own journey, whether it be down the path of buttock enhancement, or in pursuit of some other goal. Live your dreams, dear readers, and always remember to share the bo -- er, beauty.

2 comments about "Why Not a Social Network Devoted to Your Butt?".
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  1. Andrew Boer from MovableMedia, July 12, 2013 at 2:27 p.m.

    Ugh, Eric I clicked through to Bootifly and now I am being retargeted by Google with Butt enhancement ads wherever I go. J'accuse!

  2. Erik Sass from mediapostpublications, July 12, 2013 at 2:36 p.m.

    Oh no! It's another case of retargeting gone terribly wrong! Sorry about that.

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