That’s a little like promising a car and delivering a tire, a tailpipe, and about 2.3 zillion other parts.
Nonstick? Not eggs-actly. The cups, which would seem to need coating the most, are made of plastic. (The directions suggest that you brush them with oil.)
If you were hoping to gargle once daily and be done with it, the label indicates otherwise.
Make that the body of a really scary 30-year-old.
Behold the Veronica Lake Wall Clock, sold by Cafe Press. If the actress still has fans out there—her heyday was in the 1940s—they might be distressed to see the clock’s hands emerging from her nose.
How convenient. If you’re KO’d by karate, just hobble next door.
This jar not only lost weight (from 18 ounces to 16.3) but also gained an indentation. That made it harder for a frugal reader to scoop out every last bit of butter.
The package is colored orange, it says "orange" and "juice bars," and it’s made by a famous orange juice company. But the only juice listed in the ingredients is … apple.