Who doesn’t love fresh air? Who doesn’t love Paris? And, who wouldn’t love fresh air from Paris? It seems very logical for one to love all these things and it seems quite normal that people are actually selling the air from France.
Okay, it doesn’t. It isn’t normal to want to buy air, guys. When you are already living in a day and age when it becomes an actual profitable business to sell air from somewhere, there’s something wrong with your environment, that’s for sure.
I’m sure I won’t be buying a can of air from Paris or anywhere in France soon, but if you want some, I’ll let you in on where you can get some.
Original Canned Air from Paris
Of course you’d want the original. Whoever wants anything fake that’s from Paris, right? This air better be authentic as shit.
Etsy.com, the now popular online shop, sells these babies for less than 500php. What are you waiting for? Take note: this is a handmade item. Surprise, surprise.
Air de Montcuq
If the air from Paris doesn’t seem that legit for you, you can always buy air from the country. Yes, it’s still from France and I hear it’s much fresher than the ones they have in Paris.
Sure, people may say it’s a can filled with, well, NOTHING but feel free to knock yourselves out.
According to the website that 22-year old Antoine Deblay created, “Air de Montcuq is 100 percent organic, it immerses you in the depths of the city to refresh your ideas. Ideal when you are in need of creative inspiration.” Oui, I agree.
Don’t worry, ‘cause he also leaves you with a fair warning: “Attention, irreplaceable content, consumable once. Do not leave it open.”
You can actually get fresh canned air from all over the world. Maybe you wanna try Singapore or Berlin for a change.
Ahhh, air. What would we do without you? (Actually, we literally won’t be able to do anything ‘cause we’d be dead.)