- 70 Border Patrol employees under investigation for posts in secret Facebook group 3 Years Ago
- Republican’s Operation Safe Return criticized as cover for mass deporation 3 Years Ago
- ‘Chernobyl’ star Jared Harris is concerned about people taking Instagrams there Today 12:18 PM
- Mattel’s BTS dolls are finally up for preorder Today 12:14 PM
- Harry Styles is in talks to play Prince Eric in ‘The Little Mermaid’ Today 11:44 AM
- Graphic video shows father beating young daughter for being sexually active Today 11:40 AM
- Black conservative activist made #IceBae a thing Today 9:53 AM
- Jeffrey Epstein’s pilot deletes Instagram after Kellyanne Conway pic surfaces Today 7:56 AM
- ‘Pennyworth’ is a deliriously strange addition to the Batman franchise Today 7:30 AM
- How to read free magazines with your Amazon Prime membership Today 7:00 AM
- 2020 celeb donations: Hanks loves Biden, Stamos stans Buttigieg Today 6:30 AM
- AirTV is essential for Sling TV subscribers Today 6:00 AM
- #ICEBae is reportedly a Democrat–and she has some things to get off her chest Tuesday 8:45 PM
- Fans are stoked that Taika Waititi is back to direct ‘Thor 4’ Tuesday 7:22 PM
- Sacha Baron Cohen thanks ‘co-stars’ Dick Cheney, Sarah Palin for making Emmy nominations possible Tuesday 6:43 PM
The reviews keep coming for Amazon’s d**k-shaped ‘rainbow’ cookie cutter
Shapes are hard.
Out of all the accidentally dick-shaped things in the world, Amazon’s “Somewhere Over the Rainbow Pot O’ Gold St. Patricks Day Cookie Cutter” wouldn’t even crack the top million.
Still, it looks a bit like a flaccid dick attached to hairy balls, and that’s good enough for the internet. Check out the (almost universally positive) reviews for this monstrosity.
If this is the kind of reaction a rainbow cookie cutter gets, just imagine what people would make of a double rainbow. Oh, and if you’ve got some extra dough on hand, Amazon has you covered:
Can we get some confirmation that the “rainbow” cookie cutter is even capable of what it advertises?
Damn, even that just looks like an old dong with an especially festive condom on it. Guess the bake sale is ruined.
Miles Klee is a novelist and web culture reporter. The former editor of the Daily Dot’s Unclick section, Klee’s essays, satire, and fiction have appeared in Lapham’s Quarterly, Vanity Fair, 3:AM, Salon, the Awl, the New York Observer, the Millions, and the Village Voice. He's the author of two odd books of fiction, 'Ivyland' and 'True False.'