George Takei Continues to Win at the Internet, Posts Hilarious Amazon Reviews
It’s a well-known fact that former Star Trek star George Takei loves the Internet. No, love is not strong enough a word to describe how Takei clearly feels. He adores the Internet. He knows all the latest memes and updates his Facebook page with them constantly. Heck, he even wrote an autobiography solely about his social media fame entitled Oh Myyy! (There Goes The Internet). So really, it's not a surprise that he's apparently taken up writing hilarious reviews of ridiculous products on Amazon. And before you ask -- yes, they're legit. He's got them cross posted on his Facebook.Read on...
50 Funny Amazon Reviews
By far the largest retailer on the Internet, Amazon.com is a modern-day bazaar of wonders, with an unbelievably vast inventory. Some of that inventory is really strange and some very funny people have used Amazon's "Reviews" section to send up products bizarre and mundane alike and show off their creative writing skills. Below, 50 of the funniest reviews on Amazon:Read on...
$6,800 Speaker Cables Form Link to Elder GodsIf you're looking for humorous Amazon reviews, the best place to start is on the pages of high-end audio cables, like those pictured above, which cost $850 a foot (marked down from more than $1k a foot). The pages of such items are regularly trolled by commenters leaving tiny works of satire aimed at the rich, the foolish, and the snooty audiophile. But hidden among the usual troll comment fare on the page for AudioQuest K2 terminated speaker cables is one work in a different genre:
We live underground. We speak with our hands. We wear the earplugs all our lives. PLEASE! You must listen! We cannot maintain the link for long... I will type as fast as I can. DO NOT USE THE CABLES!Read on...