Like this, but virtual. (KogeLiz) When you’re shopping online, you probably perform a cursory search online to find out whether the e-retailer you’re about to buy from has any coupons available online.
(CPSC)Cedar chests are a common heirloom furniture item – maybe you inherited one from a relative, received one as a gift, or picked up one at a thrift store or estate sale.
(Brand Eating) Are you craving a meatloaf sandwich? Be sad that you don’t live in Japan, where Subway has introduced a meatloaf submarine sandwich.
(afagen) When choosing a college to attend most teens and their families shop around a little. With tuition skyrocketing, many consumers look at financial aid offered by universities as a top priority when considering which institution to attend.
You probably remember last week’s “Comcast Doesn’t Give a F##k” video. And though it might seem like those who work for Comcast exist inside an impermeable sphere through which no criticism shall pass, that is far from the truth.
No glass, just a giant screen. (Tom’s Guide)Standing in front of the vending machine debating the choice between corn nuts, a Baby Ruth and a bag of Doritos muttering, “What do I want… what do I want…?
Nearly 20 years ago, basketball superstar Shaquille O’Neal lent his name and digitized likeness to Shaq Fu, a poorly slapped-together cash-in video game in which even contrarian hipsters have trouble finding any redeeming qualities.
(TSA)There are some things you can see often without really seeing it, ya know? Like the plethora of signs at any airport anywhere telling you not to bring weapons like guns, knives or throwing stars on the plane.
(Spidra Webster)Days after a judge signed off on the $300 million JPMorgan Chase forced-place insurance settlement comes news that Wells Fargo has reached a deal that would put a little bit of money back in the pockets of some homeowners who got stuck with overly expensive insurance policies by the bank.
Time to abandon those hangers. (m01229) Here at Consumerist, we like to think optimistically — despite the feeling that winter has always been here and is going to stretch on into eternity, it’s got to end sometime.
If you suddenly disappeared, who would notice that you were gone? The neighbors of one woman in Pontiac, Michigan hadn’t seen her in years.
(Morton Fox) Like my Great Uncle Aloysius always used to say — if at first you don’t succeed at restructuring your failing pizza chain under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, try, try again.
That’s Safety Mom on the right, pushing ADT Pulse on the Today Show without revealing she was paid by the alarm company.When you see a so-called expert on the Today Show talking up a product, you might reasonably assume that this expert is giving you an honest opinion that hasn’t been tainted by cash or gifts.
Pilot Barbie will not accept nasty notes from sexist passengers.The Girl Scouts: they stand for wholesome, educational, and fun childhood activities.
(Caleb T Sommerville) Freeze! Yes, you with the spoonful of sugar poised to dump into your eagerly awaiting mouth!
(david takes photos) I don’t know about you, but when my family went on trips together it involved long car rides listening to books on tape, spending a week or hiking in the woods and other fun memories.
It’s inevitable: whenever a post about Kmart appears online, wise guys pipe up to ask, “Kmart is still a thing?
(NCLC) More than 64 million Americans are cut off from access to traditional banking because they lack credit history.
(strobist) Who knew that the reason the white cream filling in an Oreo is that particular shade is due to a trade secret that’s held so closely, two men could be sent to jail for more than 20 years for stealing it?
This is the wannabe criminal, before a simple request for a photo ID foiled his entire brilliantly planned heist.A man who might be the least-effective bank robber on the planet should consider another line of work after his hold-up attempt ground to a halt when the teller demanded a copy of his photo ID.