Here are a few product reviews posted this week from other blogs we like.

It turns out I can finally stick Duplo in my mouth without fear of choking or plastic shards, but this Duplo doesn’t come in a rainbow of colors. (via Chocolate Mission)

The great thing about video food reviews is the opportunity to see the faces of disgust while eating a microwaved meatloaf meal. (via Heat Eat Review)

Want something a little fancier than instant Cup Noodles? Try the classier instant yakisoba. (via Cheap Eats)

I’m trying to think of a purpose for these filing tabs. Oh, I know. To take up space on my shelf, never to be used. (via Office Supply Geek)

The problem with the BK Double Crispy Cheesyburger is that it needs more Y’s in its name. Give it some jalapenos and it can be the BK Double Spicy Crispy Cheesyburger. Give it jalapenos and the power of adverbs and it could be the BK Doubly Spicy Crispy Cheesyburger. (via We Rate Stuff)

4 thoughts to “THE WEEK IN REVIEWS – 8/1/2009”

  1. Hi Impulse buy,
    Thanks for the compilation of product review. I had check out the ramen from Cheap Eats. It’s a fun read. I’ll check out other later.

    I found you on the technorati site. I’m new to it. Still doesn’t know how to add you there yet. I also write a cheap food review in Vancouver. Check it out if you have time.

    For now I’ll follow you on twitter first. I know how to do that:)


  2. God, I would never pay $5 for a frozen meals..that’s just way too much (the H.E.R. link)

    You know, Marvo, aside from Grub Grade and Freezer Burns, I rely on you to tell me what other sites are reviewing. I’m too lazy to check on the others daily. Thanks for keeping me updating on what sounds interesting each week.

  3. I was so disappointed when i got to the Duplo review and they were NOT chocolates shaped like Duplo building blocks but another variation of Ferrero Rocher… Sigh. That would be a great candy.

  4. @CheapAppetite: Hello. Thank you.

    @Natalie: You’re welcome. I figured we can’t review EVERYTHING so it would be good to link to other blogs.

    @NakedKen: I agree. That would be an awesome candy because we could build something with them and then eat it.

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