We want to think the best about people, we really do. But sometimes, someone will do you wrong, and then you wind up questioning everything. For instance, when you eat Twinkies, it's for one reason, and one reason only. And that's to use spongecake as a vehicle to bring as much yummy cream filling into your mouth as possible. But then something like this happens, and your faith in humanity is completely destroyed.
If you're going to lie about how much juice is in your product, at least try to be a little more clever about it. Don't say it's 100% juice, and then also say it's 27% juice at the same time. That's just plain insulting to our intelligence.
Maybe the picture on this packaging isn't a lie after all. Maybe we're looking at it sideways. He's not climbing up a mountain, he's playing tug of war on a hill, against a group of really strong ants. Now it's all starting to make sense!
Look, we want to believe that chocolate syrup has calcium and other vitamins and minerals, and that it can actually be good for us. In fact, we'd like to believe that more than anything in the world. But perhaps we should be skeptical when someone tries to convince us that this delicious chocolate goo might actually be healthy.
So these microwave containers and lids are not suitable for use in microwaves? This makes sense only if "Microwave" just happens to be the name of the company. And unless that company was founded by someone whose last name actually is Microwave, they're just trying to trick you on purpose.
Every wonder what's on the inside of a 9-volt batter? It turns out, it's just six AAA batteries crammed inside. This is almost as devastating as finding out Santa Claus...is actually six AAA batteries.
If you've ever had a Snap Bracelet, you probably always suspected that there was a tape-measure quality about the way it works. And, in some cases, that's exactly what you'll find on the inside. Who knew that a product that injured numerous wrists over the years would also be full of lies?
We all know that recycling is an important part of helping the environment. However, even recycling has its limits. For instance, maybe taking someone's old underwear and recycling it as new underwear isn't really the best idea.
This may seem like a bad deal, but not necessarily so. Sure, if you want to get more fries when you order the large size at Arby's, you're out of luck. But if you simply ordered the large because you wanted a slightly bigger container, then Arby's can totally hook you up.
The top photo looks like a magical creation where a simple waffle has somehow transformed into a taco shell. The bottom photo looks like three breakfast foods piled on top of each other for no particular reason. Although, if they had called this a flatbread breakfast waffle pizza, maybe the bottom photo would seem slightly more appealing.
Wait a minute, the bag is smaller, and yet it says the size is bigger. On the other hand, the bag on the left is bigger, but it looks like it contains about 90% air, 10% chips, while the one on the right seems to be mostly air-free. Sorry, Lay's, you might be telling the truth, but we've been burned too many times before to trust you.
This product is sold by a company named Rustlers. But after examining what's really being sold, they should probably change the name to Hustlers. Sure, that name's already in use by another company, but it still seems more appropriate.
Wait, why wouldn't they put a picture of the actual product on the package? Is it because the actual food looks positively disgusting and immediately makes your appetite completely vanish? Actually, that's a pretty good reason not to use the real photo. Carry on.