Adulting is hard. Not only do you have to pay rent, do your own laundry, and try to make sense of life without having an existential crisis, but you also have to figure out what to make for dinner every. single. night.
This recipe book is designed to ensure that you don’t just eat crackers for every meal, but perhaps call a friend while cooking so the food isn’t over-salted…
Bacon Flavored Mints
When Heston Blumenthal first arrived on the scene, much of the food-eating world thought the British chef wasn't a full fridge if you know what we mean. What business did he have making snail porridge and bacon-and-egg ice cream?!
But as people soon discovered, old Heston was a genius. His food was delicious and his outrageous flavor combinations just somehow worked. This, apparently, did not.
Archie Mcphee Instant Underpants
This reviewer has had it! What had the potential to put an end to the tedious task of getting underwear from a drawer and putting them on your body just didn't live up to expectations.
It seems that Archie Mcphee intended the word "instant" to be interpreted more loosely by customers. Be warned, you may have to resort to wearing "standard underwear." Gasp!
Zen Garden Litter Box
We have a feeling that whoever buys this little piece of...cr*p won't feel very zen at all! One of the downsides of adopting a four-legged friend is having to deal with their...erm...excrement. So why on earth would anyone purchase a miniature version of the dreaded litterbox?
However, it does seem that this reviewer is well aware that purchasing this item is akin to throwing money down the drain...or litterbox. Haha.
Half a Keyboard
Wordle has taken over the world with everyone and their mother seemingly playing the once-a-day game that puts one’s vocabulary skills to the test. Most players will say that Wordle is hard enough with all 26 letters of the alphabet provided, so we can only imagine trying to play with this keyboard!
What inspired someone to create a keyboard without most of the letters — including some of the most commonly used in the English language — we’re not really sure, but it seems a bit of a half-assed job.