I've been in this situation professionally. It's a total non-issue.
Provided it's an otherwise reputable company, they same boring internal corporate things you'd find at furniture manufacturer. If you go for the interview, you will likely find their offices just a plain and drab as any other featureless office park.
Career-wise, they're no different than any other job. It's experience. Since it's a somewhat amusing anecdote, I've freely talked about it. Most corporate types are adult enough to not really care.
If you're worried about describing it on your resume, most of these companies already have 'family friendly' corporate descriptions. "Worldwide Leader in Products for Couples" or some such easily decryptable vaguery.
Side note, the test data is a hoot!