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The 12 Funniest Reviews on Amazon

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Anyone can leave a review, but not everyone can be funny

Everyone is equal on the internet. Even the littlest and smallest of us have a voice online. In message boards, comments or reviews. While it’s often bad news for businesses on Yelp, what with all the hard-to-please whining customers, it also can be a boon to the rest of us. I’m talking about those people with an amazing sense of humor and creativity. Instead of using the internet to vent and rant, they choose to use it to entertain us. One of the best places to see this happen is in Amazon reviews. There are plenty of useful reviews, but once in awhile you strike satirical gold. wrote: “Helpful product reviews written by Amazon customers are the heart of, and we treasure the customers who work hard to write them. But occasionally customer creativity goes off the charts in the best possible way. Enjoy this collection of some of the funniest, top-voted reviews written by your fellow customers.”

amazon review of childrens book funny

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Check out the best of the best

Banana Slicer



What can I say about the 571B Banana Slicer that hasn’t already been said about the wheel, penicillin, or the iPhone? (Mrs Toledo)

Gone are the days of biting off slice-sized chunks of banana and spitting them onto a serving tray…. Next on my wish list: a kitchen tool for dividing frozen water into cube-sized chunks. (N. Krumpe)

As shown in the picture, the slices is curved from left to right. All of my bananas are bent the other way. (J. Anderson)

Three Wolf Moon T-Shirt

tshirt with three wolves howling


Unfortunately I already had this exact picture tattooed on my chest, but this shirt is very useful in colder weather. (overlook1977)

I believe that wearing this t-shirt has made me a better man, which is remarkable because, well….I’m a chick. (Diane P.)

I had a two-wolf shirt for a while and I didn’t think life could get any better. I was wrong. Life got 50% better, no lie. (Seth G. Macy)