Klyde Warren Park had a giant inflatable poop pop up in the park and there were lines to see it as well as get into it but why?
It was a pop-up campaign from the Dallas company Poo-Pourri to flush the negativity out!
Suzy Batiz the CEO and Founder said “We have an opportunity to transform people. How can we transform people? And that’s when we came up ‘let your poop emoji go,'”
A visitor said “You wrote down on a big iPad what that thing you wanted to let go of was, and then they rolled it up into a little notepad, threw it in the air. Then you flush the toilet and let it go,”