THE WEEK IN REVIEWS – 6/27/2009

Here are a few product reviews posted this week from other blogs wrapped in an HTML shell and served with immature writing.

Oh, great…Now Lil Jon has Japanese chocolates. Oh wait. I’m being told they’re not Lil Jon’s. Thank goodness because I think Japanese people with jeweled grills would look as ridiculous as everyone else who wears them. (via Candy Addict)

Wow. Talk about deviation. Taco Bell puts potatoes in a burrito and not one of the usual dozens of other ingredients they put in everything else. Bravo, Taco Bell! Bravo! (via Would I Buy It Again)

I may not have tried McDonald’s latest Angus burgers, but I once received an angry letter from McDonald’s corporate threatening legal action regarding a column I wrote when I worked at my college’s school newspaper. (via We Rate Stuff)

Michael Bay has a profoundly tiny dick? That would not only explain the huge explosions in his movies, but also so much more. (via Pajiba)

Speaking of obscenely large items, here’s a jumbo binder clip. Finally, I can now keep my 300-page manifesto together with one jumbo binder clip, instead of two large binder clips. (via Office Supply Geek)

(Note: Lil Jon photo via Flickr)

6 thoughts on “THE WEEK IN REVIEWS – 6/27/2009

  1. Oh, man, Crunky!
    I was in Japan a few months ago with friends, and at a 7&i-holdings (Which is 7-11, wtf) I grabbed a Crunky bar. We proceeded to invite everyone else on the trip to our room and get Crunky.

  2. @Would I Buy It Again: Mmm…Meat, cheese and carbs…a diet busting trifecta.

    @brad: We (me and my editor) told them we would never do it again and they left me alone.

    @Michelle: YEEEAAAAH!!! WHAT!!!!!

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