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  • Flockacox

    So funny! I just received my Christmas lights that was rated 3.5 stars. The people were complaining about sections not working when plugged together. I had the same issue, until I reversed the polarity of the plug connecter (cuz it allows you to for whatever reason) and they worked. haha, morons

  • Mister_B_Posters

    What irritates me most is when they only say something about the delivery, nothing about the product itself! Gah!

    • Johnny Alpha

      When was the last time you had sex?

      • Mister_B_Posters

        A gentleman never tells, though he always delivers on time.

        • Johnny Alpha

          … well now, was the delivery rated over the tool?

          • Mister_B_Posters

            Sir, I assure I only use the highest quality of tools and guarantee delivery before the end of the next day.

        • John Matheson

          A Wizard is never late, nor is he early. He comes precisely when he means to!

          • Cayne


          • John Matheson

            The true quote is ‘arrives’
            But yes

    • Haze1nut

      Also, in somewhat the same boat, irritated by the people that rate things that arrive damaged/broken 1 star. Youre basically just rating your luck. How about you return it for one that works like it’s intended to work, and rate that one?

      • Mister_B_Posters

        Ugh! I don’t know if there’s a way to get ones like that deleted, it would certainly help clear up the reviews section on different things

  • BearnieZardoz

    Here, I’ve noticed that recently on a board that I bought (not on Amazon, though)
    One says “5 stars”, the other one says “1 star”, and the average is, according to Amayzoon: “1 star”

  • Aidan Weiss-Rice

    My professor was actually talking about Amazon reviews today and talked about how some people give products one star because they arrive a day late or something

  • Sua Sponte

    I give this 5/7.

  • Ara Raven

    I was looking for a deep-dish pie plate on Amazon, and in the reviews for one there was this guy going around answering EVERY question asked about the product with, “I don’t know, it arrived smashed.” Like, dude, just do a return and get another one, and then you can add something about the return process to your review. That’s helpful. Complaining about delivery damage isn’t. Packaging is sometimes relevant in a review, like how I recently got a towel hook bar and multiple reviews mentioned how the item arrived just loose in a box with little padding, and thus many people found scratches and scraps on the item. Relevant. I decided to take the risk anyway, but I was glad to know it WAS a risk I could choose not to take.

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