Stupid products

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They’re everywhere and I always wonder… does anyone really buy these things?

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Because absolutely nothing could wrong with installing a swing set/jungle gym for the kids on your bedroom door frame. Nope. Not a thing.

Though physics will tell you that child is in for a rude awakening quite soon.

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You want to teach your children to walk on turtle steps? Good grief people, you know the next thing the little hooligans will be doing is looking for actual turtles to step on.

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And then there’s this, lipstick for mature women.

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Coincidence that the packaging is covered in crazy cat lady graphics?

I think not.

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19 thoughts on “Stupid products”

  1. I can deal with the balance and co-ordination thing, but this seems more like an exercise than a game. Little Timmy swinging in the doorway? I can just see little Sally Sue running playfully down the hallway, the light of joy in her innocent spirit callously extinguished by her rat bastard brother giving her a high speed swinging hip check into the wall? THAT’S a game! Play on,
    Gloria Swanson was a very mature woman and I’ll bet she never wore any namby-pamby lipstick like that. You can get chap stick with that much pop. Bright red, super shiny, Chanel, of course. Now send your boy to Mr. DeMille and tell him you’re ready for your close-up.

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  2. Has Bob Villa endorsed this contraption? Looks like something Tim and Al would have shown on “Tool Time” with less than positive results. Anyway. to answer the question “does anyone by these things?”. Of course not, but the books will show a million sold in just hours. In the Financial World we call this “Money Laundering”. And no, I am not being funny or sarcastic (like I usually do).

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  3. Yeah that kids swing/ torture device is an accident waiting to happen. And I’m with you on the turtle shell balance thingy, stupid kids will look to step on some…..hoping snapping turtles, lol. Look, I’m all for make up for those of us who grew up in the 80s, I can’t wear certain colors anymore because I look washed out (thanks genetics) so if the lipstick works, I’d give it a try.

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