When you are looking them up, remember the part I am referring to are the comments left by normal every day citizens, not the website itself :-) You might wanna go to the bathroom first and grab a snack because you could get sucked into the hillarium of you computer screen for a while and lose time!
Recipes.com Reviews on Ice
"I can't believe all the reviews people are writing. I mean, how in the world did you people taste them? I've made two batches, but you can't pick them up with a fork or a spoon. I tried cutting them into smaller pieces, but that didn't work. Chopsticks was a complete disaster. I put them on a serving tray and we were going to try eating them as finger foods, but BRRRRRR... and they kept slipping out."
"I was disappointed that this banana slicer only comes in one model. It works like a charm for bananas that bend to the right, but it utterly useless for left-bending bananas. I end up having to eat my left curved bananas un-sliced like some kind of animal."
Amazon.com Reviews on Binders
*Note: The funny reviews were generated after a misspoken comment during a presidential debate and later turned into what we like to call "mean funny". Over time, many of the floods of funny reviews have been deleted and taken down, but the few that can still be found are pretty funny.
" I've been looking for the right woman. Particularly someone who is domestic. After hearing Governor Romney say that he has binders full of women, I purchased this binder in the hopes that might contain someone who could help with sewing, particularly mending my thermal underwear. I was quite disappointed to not find that in this binder, but there's many fish in the sea so perhaps I'll have better luck next time."
Amazon.com Bic for Her Pens
" Sister girlfriends, I was so excited about these pens until I tried opening the package. I darn near had a breakdown struggling with that thick cardboard and plastic! I would have used scissors, but I lost my only female pair (you know, the ones that cut cute zigzags), and I couldn't figure out how to work my husband's.
What's the point in making pens for women if it takes a brawny set of man hands to open the package?
I learned the hard way that the following are ineffective ways of opening the package:
-- stomping on it with my stiletto
-- melting the plastic with a curling iron
-- loosening it with baking grease
-- shaking it while crying uncontrollably
Learn from my mistakes, ladies!"