Eww gross. Trump K-Cup coffee exists.
At least it’s not soup.
It’s from “Trump Marks Fine Foods LLC” in case you’re wondering. And here are a whole bunch of other Trump marks in case you’re hungry.
Which of course, you will be if you rely on Meals on Wheels or after-school programs for your children.
“We can’t spend money on programs just because they sound good. And Meals on Wheels sounds great — again, that’s a state decision to fund that particular portion to. But to take the federal money and give it to the states and say, look, we want to give you money for programs that don’t work — I can’t defend that anymore.”
“They’re supposed to help kids who don’t get fed at home get fed so they do better in school. Guess what? There’s no demonstrable evidence they’re actually doing that. There’s no demonstrable evidence of actually helping results, helping kids do better in school.”
–White House budget director Mick Mulvaney, press briefing, March 16, 2017
March 17, 2017 No Comments
Oh my goodness, what a waste.
Mr. Trump goes to a DC steakhouse and eats a well-done steak with ketchup. Sorry cows. This is worse than ketchup on a hot dog. Or catsup.
Either way, we’re in way over our heads.
February 27, 2017 No Comments
This is what makes America great. Novelty hot sauce. And irony. For lovers and haters.
January 28, 2017 No Comments
Watermelons can be imposing. I mean, they’re huge! But they can be beaten. Imagine a fight between a watermelon and a pumpkin or even a jack o’ lantern; I think we all know who would win. Take this Melon Cantaloupe Watermelon Stainless Steel Slicer Splitter for example: it is of the familiar push-down-to-slice variety, but huge enough to tackle a watermelon. Of course, just because it is a huge, gigantic slicer doesn’t mean it will work. It would appear a good deal of force is still necessary to push it through the great green monster — but at least it won’t be grinning at you mockingly while you try!
***UPDATE 9/9/15*** … and the watermelon wins! This thing is getting slammed in the reviews. About as hard as it must be to try to make this watermelon slicer actually work!
August 11, 2014 1 Comment
Above we see the WowWee ICEE Deluxe Slushy Machine. There are a couple of smiling kids pictured on the box. Chances are, they did not use this machine.
As of today, there are eleven one-star reviews. Not one review gives it more than one star. Ouch. Kinda makes me wanna try it… Or not.
When a product turns out to be this crap-tastic, it shows up under different names. For example: Wish Factory Icee Deluxe Slushy Machine. Looks to be the same thing, but this one has two stars. And here’s another one: Bring The Magic Of Icee Home With This Deluxe Icee Maker – Wish Factory Icee Deluxe Slushy Machine. No stars on that one. And a higher price to make it seem more attractive. Don’t fall for it.
Yet apparently, ICEE doesn’t have it on their official website. Whoops. Look out for those licenses ICEE! That polar bear must have been off surfing when they approved that one!
July 30, 2014 No Comments
The Joseph Joseph Worktop Saver, USA Gastronomy Map is “made in the United Kingdom by Joseph Joseph, masters of form and function,” according to the product description. It goes on to say that what you are seeing is a “12-inch by 16-inch worktop saver; made of toughened glass; heat resistant to 536-degree F.”
What it doesn’t say is what the heck Smettanick is.
There you see it, up at the top of Montana: Smettanick. Turns out, this caught the eye of many back in 2011.
According to a nifty little write up in the Seattle Weekly about this very design (by a British designer), Smettanick is a Russian sour-cream cake whose preferred spelling is “smetannik.” (Check out a recipe for smetannik here.) As for its popularity in Montana? Only Montanans know. However, the map is not a total loss: the inclusion of “ultimate buffets” in Nevada is not much of a head-scratcher, although it’s probably a good guess that Nevadans eat more than pine nuts and casino buffets.
October 2, 2013 1 Comment