It is no secret that selling products to the public is a crapshoot. Despite the prevalence of focus groups, product testing and endless pipelines of research, the general public is not guaranteed to like, let alone buy, your shitty merchandise. For every Doritos Locos Taco, there are millions of Jimmy Dean’s Chocolate Chip Pancakes on a Stick, Sketchers Shape-Ups or Lay’s Light potato chips with Olestra fat substitute.
Every so often, I take pictures of such oddities, and you folks get to see what I find so damn weird. So here’s some weird shit:
Advertising your manly getaway via a $20 sign from Bed Bath and Beyond is not something to brag about to your Broseph Stalins.
A Snuggie combined with a Little Red Riding Hood caps AND a muff-like handwarmer? THIS won’t be thrown away as soon as it’s gifted!
I thought the bowling shirt as casual wear died the day Charlie Sheen beat up his first hooker.
Available wherever leading Larry the Cable Guy products are sold!
This is the peanut-butter-and-chocolate combination that NO ONE asked for.
It’s never too early to get your kids hooked on the taste of margaritas.
Kids can collect their favorite dick-wastes! “Team Snooki” FTW!
Is the target audience kids that like bad CGI and horrible decisions?
I, too, like my food like I like my garden: GROSS.
It’s nice to see that companies don’t learn from colossal mistakes like Chocolate Skittles.
“Sweet and sassy” is the first thing I think of when I think of Paula Deen’s diabetes.
This won’t go wrong at all.
The bulk of this book is essays on Pokemon: The First Movie.
I’m going against the grain on this one: DJ Cat Scratch Deck looks AWESOME.