All You've Ever Wanted to Know About GamerGirl Bath Water
If you're anything like me, there's something so distressingly mesmerizing about this GamerGirl Bath Water saga. It's mind-boggling, over the top ridiculous, and genius (don't worry we'll get there). There's so much to love and hate about it. The typical thought process runs from "that's stupid" to "I can't believe people bought it." And really, that's the catch, isn't it? People bought it.
That's where it gets me. Sometimes the facts around it feel like satire.
So what exactly is happening here? Strap in, get some popcorn and be ready to lose a lot of faith in humanity.
Our Protagonist - Belle Delphine
Let's start with some background information, shall we? Looking around for the name, Belle Delphine doesn't yield many results. There's a YouTube account and Twitter, sure, but both are lacking in content, with only a handful of posts on both. Her Twitter account was created in June 2019. Initially, it's a bit surprising that someone selling "GamerGirl" products isn't a gamer at all. At least not publicly.
Looking further, Google brings up an Instagram and a Patreon page. This is where Belle Delphine made her name. With her Instagram boasting under 200 posts but over 4.5 million followers, it's clear her popularity is from her NSFW content.
According to Know Your Meme, Belle Delphine is a "pseudonym for British model and cosplayer Mary-Belle Kischner." Most, if not all, of her content, is on the lewd side, giving you some idea why her bathwater sold out so fast. She does know her fans, doesn't she?
Still from Know Your Meme's page, Belle Delphine began her Patreon page for images and lewd content in March of 2018. In just eight months, it reached nearly 1,200 subscribers. It now sits at 4,223 patrons. Something to note is each patron pays about a dollar per month, so at the very least she's getting over four thousand per month in income.
Following her Patreon, she opened a Reddit community for her fans which reached over 22,000 subscribers in the first month.
The tl;dr here is she gained popularity through cosplay and other forms of adult content, reaching a decent amount of followers in a short amount of time.
Part One - The Bath Water
In early July, our heroine, Belle Delphine, opened a store to go along with her content. One of the first listings was now infamous and sold out GamerGirl Bath Water. This blew up quickly, with criticism, rumors, and of course, memes.
Lmao SO, there's been a lot of fake news going round that I wanna address! ... Nobody has been hospitalised from my bath water, or have gotten sick. All of these memes were posted before I even shipped any out. Regarding the whole 'herpes' thing, yes I used to get blisters when there's a change in weather, ive gotten them occasionally since I was a child, I haven't had one in a year or two and NO you cannot get it!! 90% of all people will have one in their lifetime...it's not an STD lol... People are listing 'my bath water' on eBay, they aren't real either There's also a fake website selling my 'gamer girl pee' and although I find it really funny, it's sadly not real either gamer Bois ---- SO LONG STORY SHORT, not everything you read online is real, personally I find the memes funny but I thought it's important for me to address this since there are people who actually believe that I hospitalised multiple people...which is untrue. Hopefully this clears stuff up!! 💕
To say this is ridiculous is an understatement. And that's precisely why it's such a huge topic right now. It's blatantly absurd. I remember first hearing the listing and thinking, "Wow, people will buy anything." Of course, I didn't know anything about Belle Delphine at the time.
As the header image above indicates, the bathwater has since sold out — another ridiculous part of this.
Part Two - The Rumors
I covered this in another installment in the series. For more detail on these rumors, go here. Suffice to say, this was a magnet for rumors, and they were quick to surface. From hospitalizations to herpes to tap water to urine, not entirely outlandish rumors splashed about.
Spoiler for our other article, they were all false. But people were quick to start them for whatever reason, only adding to the evolving saga that is GamerGirl Bath Water.
Part Three - The Tub
With the surprising success of the bathwater, Belle Delphine doubled down on the product line. On her Instagram account, she listed an entire tub of GamerGirl Bath Water and a video for 10,000 dollars.
If you want to lose faith in humanity, note that it's already sold.
The tub was only available via her Patreon, which gives patrons access to even more lewd content. Based on that, we have a pretty good idea about what was in that video someone was eager to get their hands on.
At least she's stated this is the "last time." So perhaps there's hope yet.
but all of the memes made about this whole bathwater thing have been so funny, 10/10
— Belle Delphine (@bunnydelphine) July 10, 2019
As it stands, it looks like this story has come to an end. If there's anything to be said about Belle Delphine is that she's either a genius or a troll, or perhaps both. She knows her fanbase very well and gives them exactly what they want, and is probably making some serious money off it in the process. It's ludicrous, ridiculous, but at the same time, this young woman knew what to sell to make an absolute ton of money.