Clear Skin Capsules


One look at this should tell you it doesn’t work. But the manufacturer’s claim that it “works from the inside by cleansing blood” is pretty brutal.

Of course, the best scammy skin-care product, if we’re going by name alone, is the $29.95 bottle of “You Can’t Zit Here.” It claims to be powered by the imaginary natural-healing mechanism of Reiki, which, as I’ve written about before, is entirely fake and literally based on waving your hands around.

How To Shotgun A Beer


The Shotgun Champ, a product you can purchase, is not how you shotgun a beer. You punch a hole in the side of the can with literally any metal object, then pop the top and drink the foul brew through the hole in the side. I don’t personally endorse the idea, but if it’s something you want to do for personal reasons, you should at least do it in a way that doesn’t involve purchasing a shitty piece of plastic.

But at least it’s not a BottleBong, whose functionality can be replicated with a bendy-straw.

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