5 More Funny Amazon Customer Reviews

Photo of demon like toyMost Amazon customer reviews are serious and helpful.  Count the stars before you buy, and seldom will you go wrong.

But some twisted, talented individuals use Amazon “reviews” to make joke comments

Weird products such as the Parent Child Testing Product that politely request “make fun of me.”  Sadly, some of these older products are now unavailable.  Lucky for us, the hilarious reviews remain!

Click on the photos below to read zany Amazon customer comments.

Don’t forget to click on the customer images!

Animal Print Bench Seat Cover – Zebra Pink

  Stainless Steel Hip Flask (Pkg. of 5)

And 6 Flask Funnels 

     Parent Child Testing Product 


 $9,999 Denon AKDL1 Dedicated Link Cable


Zubaz Pants

How To Avoid Large Ships

Unicorn Shirt 

Hey, these reviewers go to a lot of work to entertain us!  Do you enjoy funny Amazon customer joke reviews? Leave a comment!

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8 Biggest Workplace Errors

Photo of a spider named "Jerry"

In today’s economy (always a good lead phrase for any article, on any topic) a “job” may be a useful tool for obtaining money.

If you enjoy having money for investments like food, and happen to be among the few still employed, here are the 8 most common workplace errors.

1) Taking “talk like a pirate day” seriously.  

2) Hiding *anything* in your supervisor’s lunch bag in the break room (especially pet spider “Jerry”).

3) Sharing your favorite “I can haz cheezburger / epic fail” poster sites on company website. 

4) Scanning ANY body part on company printer and posting it on Twitter.

5) On a popular social networking site suggesting  that company CEO hides spiders in people’s lunch bags.

6) Using real name on a popular social networking site.

7) Claiming that you know 8 biggest workplace errors when you really only know six.

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