NSFW, apparently.

I was just doing some maintenance in the shop's integration with Facebook, and discovered this, ah... fascinating error message:

(Image: screenshot of text on a white background. On the left side there is a very tiny thumbnail photo of a bracelet and the word "Orbit"; on the right side it says "Your product wasn't approved by Facebook. Ads are not allowed to promote the sale or use of adult products or services, including toys, videos, publications, live shows, or sexual enhancement products."

Let's take a look at the offending product, shall we? Better brace yourself, it's pretty scandalous. Send the children out of the room.  Better yet, send yourself out of the room. 

Here, I'll put in some spoiler space just in case you're reading this at work.

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Is your boss gone yet? Okay, good. Here we go.

...wait, no, it's a bracelet. Made from a guitar string and hematite beads.

*stares* 

I... I suppose you COULD use it as a sex toy somehow, if you're creative enough? I personally can't think of a good use for it, and I've been accused of having a filthy mind on more than one occasion, so... I got nothin'. Maybe somebody at Facebook has a guitar string bracelet fetish, or something? I mean, that's totally fine, I don't kink-shame, what consenting adults and inanimate objects do with each other isn't any of my business anyway. But I'm seriously baffled here, y'all.

Wyrding Studios: purveyors of fine art wire jewelry and extremely niche adult products, apparently. 

(Just wait until Facebook sees my collection of phallic pearls. I'll probably get banned for life.)