Online ‘Slap’ Service For Sale On Shopee, Over 200 Slaps Sold


Fun Online ‘Slap’ Service For Sale On Shopee, Over 200 Slaps Sold Each slap cost between 36 to 47 sen. by Akmal Hakim October 8, 2021 Credit: areld54 via Shopee Subscribe to our Telegram channel for the latest stories and updates. When it comes to capitalism, EVERYTHING is up for grabs! googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('trp-article-outstream'); }); If you’ve ever felt the urge to slap someone right across the face, then look no further than to the bestselling ‘viral slap’ service on the Shopee online store. Pioneered by Shopee storeowner areld54 from Sabah, the service offers customers a chance to send a virtual smack to anyone of their choice for the small price of between 36 to 47 sen, complete with a personalised message and no shipping required.googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('trp-article-mrec2'); }); Consumers can either send a ‘regular’ slap or the pricier ‘HD’ slap via WhatsApp to a friend, an ex-lover or maybe even that annoying colleague who wants you to come by the office instead of WFH. (Credit: areld54 via Shopee) But customers be warned, be sure to read the product description thoroughly before making a purchase or you’ll be the one who’d be getting a hand sent your way. Please include the WhatsApp number or I’ll slap you instead 😘.areld54 via Shopee From the looks of it, that the virtual slap service appears to be high in demand – with over 200 slaps sold – and testimonies reveal almost everyone was satisfied with the service provided. (Credit: areld54 via Shopee) So what are you waiting for, send a slap to someone who deserves it today! DISCLAIMER: TRP does not condone slapping anyone, either virtually or in real life, without their express consent. Share your thoughts with us via TRP’s Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('trp-article-mrec3'); }); Tags hand online product Sabah Shopee shopping slap smack viral slap virtual slap Akmal Hakim Typing out trending topics and walking the fine line between deep and dumb. 0 Comments Akmal Hakim October 8, 2021 Tweet Share

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