19 March, 2018
19 March, 2018
18 March, 2018
There are a number of problems with Yardzee, but leaving aside the Yahtzee copyright issue and the $59.95 + 20.99 shipping cost, the picture shows what you’d suspect, which is that dice won’t lay flat in grass, making the game even harder to play than tossing wooden cubes out of a five-gallon bucket would suggest.
17 March, 2018
Pregnant women are one of the most coveted demographics for capitalists. You will ruin your child’s entire life forever if you don’t buy the right products while pregnant, and there’s no better driver of commerce than fear. Enter Mommee Coffee, the pregnant woman’s coffee. Sure, you could drink regular decaf or half-caf coffee when you’re pregnant, but why risk drinking something cheap and widely available?
At least it probably tastes better than Third Trimester Tea.
16 March, 2018
I’m not sure either of these prints make sense, not that you would want a roll of toilet paper with vinyl labels on the outside. If you’re intent on taking a St. Patrick’s Dump, though, you can get a six-pack of green toilet paper. (This is worth checking out, if only for the picture of the public-restroom pictographs shopping in an imaginary toilet-paper store.)
15 March, 2018
The Lewis N. Clark Urban Gear Spork is a stainless-steel folding spork. The lone review sadly points out that the spoon is too large, the tines of the fork are too rounded to pick up food, and the “knife” is a few serrations carved into the side of the spoon. Perhaps feeling sorry for the urban spork, they then gave it three stars.
The Stainless Steel Tactical Spork, a different product, isn’t much better, but it does come with a picture of the spork attached to the end of an assault rifle.
14 March, 2018
This “shower beer holder” would be a good idea, except that there’s already a place to put your beer in the shower, and that’s your hand, or wherever you set your shampoo down. Oh, and, according to reviews, it doesn’t stick to your shower.
13 March, 2018
Eggies are plastic canisters which you crack eggs into and then boil, as a way to “hard boil eggs without the shell.” As you can tell from the hundreds of one-star reviews, it doesn’t seem to work very well. Eggies is not the first product to make eggs “easier” (see The Eggstractor, Rollie Eggmaster, Egg Genie, etc.) and it will be far from the last, as humanity continues to convince itself that eggs, one of the cheapest, fastest, and easiest foods to cook, are impossible puzzles.