Bad Design, Cont.

Before there was the Tide Pod Challenge…


Quick! Someone call Tomi Lahren for a hot take!

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8 Responses to Bad Design, Cont.

  1. I’d probably buy this. I say this as someone who once bought orange chocolate scented handwash. I will see myself out 😂


    • And also someone who once tasted washing up liquid because the green colour was appealing. My entire childhood was a lucky escape.

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      • tengrain says:


        Name one kid worth its salt who didn’t have at least some reasonable exposure to doom?

        I once set the kitchen on fire when I put a can of Spaghetti-Os on the flame. The wrapper caught on fire, of course, and when the can exploded, well…




  2. I genuinely think Tallullah Lunkhead does not remember being a child because it was abo0ut five minutes ago, so of course she is too grown to remember the Cinnamon challenge, or planking in the highway, or the way olds used to cram themselves into this thing the oldtimey ones called a “phone booth”. I’m willing to give Tumblin Laughin the benefit of the doubt on this one. She thinks this is absurd because the sickest dare her generation ever knew was voting for Trump–and it worked for her! So maybe Tampon Leftin has a point. Don’t eat the things that explicitly say “Don’t eat” on them.

    (But really, the scents of my childhood, Palmolive soap, Prell shampoo, and anything labelled Balsam. So much promise of “Yum!” Such mouthfuls of “yuck!”)


  3. Osirisopto says:

    Something tells me she’d just lay there and sweat.

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  4. w3ski4me says:

    I was between years I guess. We didn’t eat Laundry products but then who wanted a mouth full of powdered Boraxo? We didn’t cram into phone booths but we did flock by the thousands to indoor concerts where you swayed to the music because the 1500 people to the left and right of you and even the wooden floor itself were swaying to begin with.
    In my day we often ingested various Entheogens without question except for “how much money’? But then at least we had a ‘mostly’ enjoyable ‘trip’ ahead.
    I just can’t get behind swallowing caustic stuff like detergent, but to each his own I guess.
    In my day it was “Melts in your mind, not in your hand” or esophagus?

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  5. Sirius Lunacy says:

    In the 20s and 30s swallowing live goldfish was all the craze. Plastic encased detergent pellets had not yet been invented. Anyway, it’s all good, Darwin will take care of it.


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