- Amanda Holden’s bad coronavirus advice sheds light on the struggle of being immunocompromised Friday 9:03 PM
- The World Health Organization is now fighting coronavirus misinformation on TikTok Friday 8:43 PM
- Police are using coronavirus misinformation to trick people into turning in drugs Friday 8:11 PM
- People can’t stop touching their faces–and the CDC really wants them to Friday 7:31 PM
- A TikTok of a girl getting an abortion is going viral—and the internet is divided Friday 3:06 PM
- FCC proposes $200 million fine for T-Mobile, others over data sharing Friday 3:03 PM
- Which ‘Love is Blind’ couples are still together? Friday 2:01 PM
- Review: ‘The Invisible Man’ reboot is thrilling but basic Friday 1:25 PM
- Sex workers speak out after OnlyFans leak Friday 1:21 PM
- Normani addresses Camila Cabello’s racist social media posts Friday 1:07 PM
- Mike Huckabee’s defense of Trump’s coronavirus response will make you nauseous Friday 12:06 PM
- Gmail’s email filtering may affect what candidate emails you are seeing Friday 11:08 AM
- Woman shares aftermath of domestic abuse: ‘This is only to raise awareness’ Friday 10:40 AM
- Skai Jackson gets restraining order against Bhad Bhabie after death threat Friday 10:19 AM
- Taylor Swift shades Scooter Braun in ‘The Man’ video Friday 10:15 AM
The world of junk food is, at the very least, a varied one. In the race to keep up with people’s minuscule attention spans, brands have to come up with more and more innovative ways to market. And by innovative, we mean wild, as these snacks all prove.
Of course, this handy guide will show you how to buy all these foods, because we know some of you have an insatiable sense of curiosity (and/or a death wish). If you do, we wish you and your inevitable stomachache well. (And if you’re the preventative type, Tums can be purchased right here).
Weirdest snacks on Amazon
Ok, I see where they were *trying* to go with this, but I’m pretty sure I speak for everyone when I say I rather eat a piece of strawberry cheesecake (maybe with Oreo sprinkles?).
No. Gross. These two things have never been meant to know one another.
People love to add ketchup to things, but the line must be drawn somewhere. It’s great on french fries and tater tots, add it to your eggs, whatever you like. But for the love of all things sacred, please keep it off potato chips. “But a potato chip is a brother to a french fry,” you say. We don’t care. It’s still bad.
Before we even get into the multitude of things wrong with asparagus-flavored potato chips, we need to point out that Vegan Rob sounds like the kind of guy you try to avoid at Whole Foods while he tries to sell you organic kale smoothies. Sorry not sorry, Vegan Rob. And asparagus are delicious roasted with butter and freshly ground pepper. On a potato chip, not only does that not sound unappealing, but we’d rather just eat actual asparagus.
Price: $39.90+ for a multipack
Yes, Vegan Rob’s chips are on this list twice because there were multiple offerings so terrifying we had to include them. One thing is clear: Vegan Rob is out to crush the souls of snack lovers everywhere.
Price: 35.76+ for a multipack
NO, Pringles. NO. BAD.
Hey, Pringles, are you guys ok?
The UK is full of absolutely wonderful things. This is not one of them.
I blame Starbucks for this one–ugh.
Ettore Boiardi is rolling over in his grave because of these.
Of course these are branded with Minions.
Sounds like a good way to get heartburn!
MORE BAZAAR DEALS:
- There’s finally a subscription service specifically for stoners
- I drank nothing but flavored water for 2 weeks and here’s what happened
- Become a brew master with these beer making essentials
The Daily Dot may receive a payment in connection with purchases of products or services featured in this article. Click here to learn more.
Colette Bennett is a writer/editor who specializes in web culture, skincare, and all things geek. Her work has appeared on CNN, HLN, Engadget, Kotaku, Colourlovers, and Continue Magazine. She also writes horror and sci-fi fiction for Corona Books and is at work on her second novel.
Marisa Losciale specializes in NSFW culture, audio gear, and photography. A former editorial and photo director for Spoon University at SUNY New Paltz, her work has been featured in the Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies, Post-Trash, the New Paltz Oracle, and the Legislative Gazette.