The site claims that it's a "gag gift," but the fact that people ACTUALLY use these makes me think otherwise. 

Yes, we actually did talk about this on the show. No, I don't feel bad about it.

Back in January, a post on the message board site Reddit went viral about the "poop knife" that his family kept on hand. It took him until he was 22-years-old to realize that this wasn't something that EVERYBODY had.

“Growing up, this was a common enough occurrence that our family had a poo knife. It was an old rusty kitchen knife that hung on a nail in the laundry room only to be used for that purpose.”

The reason that the post went viral? The responses - it turns out that a LOT of people actually knew what a poop knife was, and had one in their house (or they still do).

And now, somebody is making money off of it. Gag gift my butt (pun intended) - people are gonna use this for its intended purpose and I know it.

Frankly, I want to buy one for my house and keep it on the toilet tank to see if anybody actually OPENS it.

You can drop (another pun intended) $14.95 on one by clicking HERE.