I’m constantly amazed at the stupidity of some people.
I laugh/cringe when I see the three products created below. Think of how many people have to approve such a thing and go: “yes, let’s manufacture thousands of these.” Unfortunately, these marketers looking to cash in on the get-fit-quick hopes of most people, and because people keep buying these things…companies will keep making them. It’s hilarious to watch these things, and it’s also really sad to think how many people actually get suckered in.
Hawaii Chair: fat-asses, fear not! You can sit in this chair while eating ho-hos at work and the pounds will just shed off. I mean, look at the beautiful people in the infomercial! This might be my favorite product of all-time:
Want to see how ridiculous these things truly are? Check out Olivia Munn from G4TV sitting in one on Attack of the Show.
AromaTrim: Want to stop eating that cookie? Want to only eat half a pan of brownies instead of all of them? Just smell this piece of plastic! Sounds f***ing ridiculous right? Because it is!
Ab Circle Pro – Want to get six pack abs but don’t actually want to work for it? In only 3 minutes a day you can develop those washboard abs, get rid of your love handles, and make you look like Ryan Reynolds! What they don’t tell you is unless you drastically overhaul your diet, you’ll never see those abs. In fact, you probably have abs right now, even if your beer gut resembles a keg…they’re just buried under 35% of body fat.
Rejuvenique Face Mask: Always wanted to live out your Friday the 13th or Man in the Iron Mask fantasy? Want to scare the **** out of the neighborhood children!? Just put on this creepy facemask, send shockwaves through it, and BAM all your wrinkles are gone. This is awesome on so many levels:
Guys, if it seems too good to be true, it’s because it is. You don’t get results quick and easy. It takes a healthy diet and steady exercise (your diet being the most important aspect) to get any sort of significant results, so don’t bother wasting your money on any product unless you’ve done legitimate research on how valid its success really is.
What’s your favorite infomercial?