23 June, 2014
“Sneaky Shorts” are a way to smuggle 24 ounces of booze into work, or a baseball game, or wherever you want to secretly carry booze in a thin liquid bag strapped to your upper thighs. If Sneaky Shorts are the solution to the problem you think you have, you may find out, ultimately, that you actually have a different problem.
21 June, 2014
The HipShot is a suction-cup-attached LED that affixes to the center of your TV so you can cheat at video games, shooting other players with higher accuracy than you’d be able to naturally. The only upside is that it only works on first-person-shooter games, a genre I personally never touch, since the children screaming slurs over the headset at me can usually shoot me a dozen times before I find the trigger button on the controller.
20 June, 2014
19 June, 2014
19 June, 2014
Celebrity “doctor” Dr. Mehmet Oz was forced to appear before Congress earlier this week, and admitted that the products he’s touted for weight loss, many of which have appeared here on The Worst Things For Sale (Green coffee bean, raspberry ketone, saffron extract, garcinia cambogia, et cetera) do not actually work.
I’m not saying that you should be taking medical advice from me. Just that you definitely shouldn’t be taking medical advice from a person on television who sells pills.