More anthropomorphic body fluids

A few years ago we reported on these welcoming guys appearing in Regensburg in mobile facilities. Turns out that wasn’t the end of the anthropomorphic depictions of bodily fluids. Fun!

MucosolvanIt’s the pharmacist’s favorite time of year: everyone knows someone who’s sick, and constant temperature differentials between indoors and outdoors make all your facial membranes feel extra gooey. So maybe everyone wants to retard their runniness with these capsules? Or at least maybe has kids with Monsters, Inc. on DVD at home?

Just one question: was Ghostbusters not a thing here?

5 thoughts on “More anthropomorphic body fluids”

  1. CN Heidelberg

    Those are very Slimeresque. The pee drop is way cuter.

    1. cliff1976

      ITYM: “Klein” is way cuter. We’ve given them names!

      P.S.: We are now accepting suggestions for the christening of the green dude. I’m leaning toward “Rotzi.”

  2. TravelingServiceMan

    Not ‘Schleimer’? Of course, that does have other connotations.

    1. cliff1976

      I am always amused by the imagery Schleimer calls up in its connotation.

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