Some might say they’re golden.
Some might say they’re golden.
And sometimes terrible. Yes, definitely sometimes terrible. NSFW, unless you work in a sex shop or something.
“Dr Seuss was an evil genius, bent on traumatising children.”
“I used to have too much money, just sitting there, in the bank. Rotting.”
Five-star reviews, all of them. Thanks to this Quora thread.
Amazon shoppers have a lot of feelings about gummies, apparently.
“You could get the same effect of watching this movie by playing Enya at full volume all the while stabbing your leg with a fork.” All photos via @awfulreviews.
So, was this review helpful to you?
Why on earth would anyone buy these sugar-free bears after reviewers warned not to eat more than 15 at a time “unless you are trying to power wash your intestines”?
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These days, everybody’s a critic. See what the discerning critics of Amazon have to say about AFI’s “Top Ten Greatest Movies of All Time.”
Are you prepared to enter the late ’90s archive of Amazon reviews for Spice? This is intense.
When he’s not busy at the helm of the USS Enterprise, apparently George Takei spends his time leaving very helpful reviews on some of Amazon’s most popular products.
Try to make it through this post without pee-hee-heeing.
FYI, it’s not just teenage girls on their period in 1997. It’s you. Now.
“This album is only 20 minutes long, which is fortunate, because that’s about all a sane person can take.”
“When I wear clothes with kittens, I require a much higher kitten-per-inch-of-shirt count than you’ve offered here.”
“As a unicorn myself, I am quite satisfied with the authenticity of this particular item.”
Well thank the food Gods for the best invention since sliced bread.
“Main character is too full of himself, not relateable.”
“It’s good that BIC are finally doing something to aid the plight of women.”
Even the worst movies have their fans.
Jcollins14 is just a wee bit excited about his new video game. View Image ›
Amazon is out of stock, but you can still read reviews while Breguet forges new Tourbillon Messidors in the fires of Mount Doom. Can’t wait for these to come back in stock, this $111,000 I have isn’t going to spend itself. View List ›
I believe I speak for a fair share of Buzzfeed readers when I say that Everyone Poops by Taro Gomi was a household staple when we were little. The book, as far as we could tell, was not meant to be anything more than an amusing perspective on a taboo subject. But these reviews take it to a wholllle new level. View List ›
Paying $151.01 for a life-sized model of a scrotum and testicles made from Biolike synthetic tissue with two simulated tumors embedded in each testicle may seem nuts to you. But reading through the user reviews, you’ll see that it’s applications are so universal that it practically pays for itself. View List ›
I’m going to have to remember not to purchase those cables, no matter what the voices may tell me. View Image ›