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School Career Day with Klee Irwin

In April 2006 Westside Neighborhood School, a private elementary school in Los Angeles, held a Career Month during which successful people in the community told the students about their careers. Invited to make presentations were a reporter, a financial advisor, a lawyer…and a guy who talks about poop on TV and radio!

Yes, it was one year ago today that Klee Irwin, star of the Dual Action Cleanse infomercial, made his presentation to the young minds of Westside Neighborhood School. (According to the school’s website Irwin’s company is located across the street.)

Klee’s presentation was no doubt a liberating experience for many of the boys there. For their whole lives parents and teachers have discouraged their bathroom humor. But hearing what “entrepreneur” Klee Irwin does for a living let them know that talking about doo-doo is actually a legitimate and lucrative career choice.

I wonder: Is Klee’s daughter, the one he talks about on the Dual Action Cleanse infomercial, a student at WNS? If so, did proud papa Klee tell her fellow students the anecdote about being scared by his daughter’s massive bowel movement?

And you thought your parents embarrassed you as a kid!

Comments

  • 4 Responses to “School Career Day with Klee Irwin”

  • brilliant

    Comment by dan on April 14, 2007 at 7:35 am

  • wait, so did the kids in the school get dual action cleanse???

    Comment by dan on June 8, 2007 at 2:52 pm

  • In response to Dan: No, they did not (at least, I guess so!). As clarified by Klee in his infomercial Magnum opus, young kids, whose colons are as clean as new pipes, do not need Dual Action Cleanse. It is the coffee-drinking, meat-eating, alcohol-gulping, pot-bellied, exhausted people with rash on their skin, who need it.

    Comment by Znkp on January 25, 2009 at 3:15 pm

  • Klee on career day. I hope he dropped trou and sat on a can to show the class how much caca he could unload as he dominated the John. You go, K.I. Poopoo.

    Comment by Will on April 23, 2009 at 9:54 am

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