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Model Starts Selling 'Gamer Girl Bathwater' For Apparently 'Thirsty' Fans

At this point, it's hard to tell whether this is a blessing or a curse, but it's definitely become clear that you can get pretty much anything on the internet.

Sure, most of what we need in our day-to-day lives is readily available on marketplaces like Amazon, but even the weirder stuff isn't impossible to find if you know where to look.

Unfortunately, this can extend to illicit goods and services, but sometimes even the ones that are perfectly legal can raise some uncomfortable questions.

And one model's recent promotional campaign certainly comes with its share of questions.

19-year-old Belle Delphine is model who specializes in cosplay work where she dresses in styles inspired by video game characters.

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According to Mashable, she's attracted a lot of fans by doing this on the social platform TikTok, and I can't stress the word "attracted" enough in that sentence.

When your following is as "enthusiastic" as hers, it's not uncommon to get some unusual requests.

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And based on the newest venture she's apparently trying out, it seems that Delphine has received a lot of messages seeking to drink her bathwater.

If that is the case, it seems she's figured out how to supply this demand as she now claims to be selling her bathwater for $30 per jar.

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These jars are apparently available on her website's store and she's explicitly marketing them towards "thirsty gamer boys."

The insignia around the featured jar and the bunny imagery on her clothing appear to be references to the Overwatch character D.Va.

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Other than this character's status as what we'll call a person of interest for these thirsty gamer boys, it's unclear what she has to do with the bathwater promotion.

As hard as it may be to believe, the listing insists that this is actually Delphine's bathwater.

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It's likely for this reason that she advises against drinking it and instead using the product for "sentimental purposes," which are presumably for her fans to know and the rest of us to be blissfully unaware of.

Those familiar with Delphine's history online, however, have reason to suspect that this is an elaborate troll attempt on her part.

Instagram | @belle.delphine

As Mashable reported, she started a PornHub account last month, but the videos therein didn't feature the titillating content their thumbnails promised.

The most infamous of these videos was titled "PEWDIEPIE goes all the way INSIDE Belle Delphine."

Instager | @belle.delphine

In actuality, the video did not feature a sexual encounter with popular YouTuber Pewdiepie, but rather Delphine eating a picture of him.

If there is any trickery going on here, however, it's unclear how the fans who purchase this water will feel trolled. After all, the perception that they have Delphine's actual bathwater will presumably be as good to them as actually possessing it.

h/t: Mashable