I mean, really...
The "reviews" are classic.
Here's a one-star review...this thing is made in China, dont let your kids swallow it, cuz it may contain lead. also lid is prone to break off and may pose choke hazard. more also...do not use as toothpaste. The taste is nasty. USA!
The people who go for this are the same folks who are signing petitions to end "women's suffrage" and to ban "Dihydrogen Monoxide"... right?
The funniest part is the list of "customers who bought this item also bought"Items include:Forbidden Lego:Build the Models Your Parents Warned You AboutHam radio setA Dremel ToolBalls of Fury: Widescreen Edition
47 of 58 people found the following review helpful: Buyer Beware: This product will not generate super powers!, January 10, 2008 By M. Loy "C. D. Ward" (Miskatonic, ME) - See all my reviews My wife and I purchased this product for the expressed purpose of breeding an atomic superman. After a daily regimen of ingesting a tablespoon of this powder mixed with green tea along with her prenatal vitamins, my wife developed serious morning sickness and perished during childbirth. After clawing his way out of my wife's dead body, young Yog-Sothoth was promptly hacked to death by a scalpel-happy OB/GYN. That's HMO care for you! Please avoid this product if you, like us, are seeking to defy God's natural order by creating a demonic superhuman demigod.
ooo, for a fun adventure, try the wtf tag.#1 under wtf:BIRTH CONTROL IS SINFUL IN THE CHRISTIAN MARRIAGES and also ROBBING GOD OF PRIESTHOOD CHILDREN!! (Paperback)http://www.amazon.com/CONTROL-CHRISTIAN-MARRIAGES-PRIESTHOOD-CHILDREN/dp/1425992609/ref=tag_gam_ptcn_edpp_urlAre we back on topic yet?
Wow, is that a 648 page poe, or 648 pages of out an out crazy?
1 new from $29.99 and 1 used from $2499.00.That's probably the scariest bit for me.
Awesome, now I can finish building my time machine.
Does anyone know where I can get some Plutonium? I need it for my DeLorean.
This reminds me back in highschool where my friends and I would sell bags of Oregano to students at another school. We assured them they'd "be buying a fine quality herb". Man, that was a good racket.
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