Why You Should Invest in Jim’s Toilet Invention

If you're a wealthy entrepreneur with cash to burn, you can do far worse than throwing it at the Laissez-Faire Lavatory.

On this week’s episode, Jim pitched billionaire investor and reality TV star Mark Cuban his patented* new invention: a foot pedal that lifts up the toilet seat. Unfortunately, Cuban passed on the grounds that it has “already been done,” and, in fact, one of his companies currently produces them.
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His loss. But it could be your gain! Here’s why you, right now, should make the life-changing decision to invest in the Laissez-Faire Lavatory, the bipedal potty for the bipedal pooper.

IT’S A PEDAL
As Cuban points out, many Japanese bathrooms are already fitted with buttons on the wall that lift toilet seats. But who wants to touch a cruddy button, especially one that’s sitting next to a toilet all day? With a foot-activated pedal, your hands stay germ-free. Plus, as Jim’s promotional poster says, pedals are fun and improve ankle strength. Can buttons do that? We didn’t think so.

JIM WILL THROW IN A HOODIE
Depending on how chilly you are right now, this could be the deciding factor for you. Made from a cotton and polyester blend, the official Jim Jefferies Show hoodie is so comfortable that you’ll forget you just blew $10 million for 2% of a toilet pedal company.

YOU’LL BE ABLE TO CLAIM MARK CUBAN AS A REAL-LIFE NEMESIS
How many people can say they got to stick it to Mark Cuban? Sure, he owns a company that makes a similar device, but clearly the guy hasn’t marketed it in the U.S. yet, or else we’d be swimming in toilet pedals. Now’s your chance to beat Cuban: Tap into the germophobe market that he’s neglecting, and you could make your fortune.

*Don’t fact-check this, please.