First off, this cookie looks like me in winter when I stop going out except to buy milk and bread. Secondly, don't promise someone a gluten-free cookie when it's not. It's bad enough if someone has to avoid gluten, don't deprive them of a pale looking cookie, too.
You know, if we buy the panda-like lollipop, it's because we expect to suck the life off its head. Making us believe we're going to do this and then having us find no panda is just cruel. The people behind this lollipop are the worst people in the world.
Look, it's bad enough that burger looks dry and sad. I mean, where's the sauce? Where's the lettuce or the fried onion? Might as well have left the cheese out too because that tiny bit peaking out of the bun is just sad and it raises our hopes for nothing.
Might as well go medium because clearly, there's absolutely no difference here. Also, is it just me or do these fries look sad? Maybe they just saw the burger they've been matched with — the one above.
Look, if we're opting for confetti in the morning, it's because we need some excitement to start the day. So, sad looking pop tarts with just a smidge of confetti won't do. If you promise people confetti, you must deliver confetti.
The people behind this chocolate have just disappointed the five people in the world who actually want raisins in their chocolate. What's with the peek-a-boo trick anyway? First the pepperoni, now the raisins. They must know each other.
You know what this means, don't you? it means it was someone in the military who noticed this mistake. It means that it was probably a captain or a sergeant, crunching on Cap'n Crunch while looking at the box. That's something I want to see.
Do people realize that it's easier to stick in an actual cucumber in there? It takes more effort to make the sandwich look like it's bulging with ingredients rather than making it look like it is. This is the definition of a light lunch.