When the smartasses of the Internet arrive to diffuse an uncomfortable situation, they never disappoint.
The latest example came in the reviews of a $40,000 (marked down from $45,000 – you save 11 percent!) Samsung television on the shopping site Amazon.com. For the price of a really nice car, you can have an 85-inch “smart” TV!
It’s obviously smarter than anyone who buys a $40,000 TV, because for that price, you could travel to actually see those amazing locations featured on the Travel Channel.
The Internet commenter is a dreaded people on most days, but they had a clutch performance when asked to weigh in on this product. I’ve posted some of my favorites below.
– My wife and I bought this after selling our daughter Amanda into white slavery. We actually got a refurbished. It’s missing the remote, but oh well– for $10K off, I can afford a universal, right? The picture is amazing. I’ve never seen the world with such clarity. Amanda, if you’re reading this, hang in there, honey! We’ll see you in a year.
– It makes those abused animal commercials with the sarah mclachlan music playing so much sadder when the one-eyed pug is 4 feet tall.
– It fits perfectly into the arms of the T-Rex fossil I just brought home from China. It’s like YOU KNEW, Samsung. Thank you.
– We bought this tv instead of sending our oldest child to college. It was worth every penny. It has such a great picture and we love the fact that she now works at Waffle House and can bring us scattered, smothered, covered, and chunked hash browns after her shifts. She enjoys meeting the interesting people that come in at 2 am as well. It was definitely a “win win” for us
– Don’t forget to use your Discover 5% cash back for online purchases until end of December. That’s another 2000 off this amazing price.
– When I watched Chuck Norris on this TV it cured me of Cancer. It also got my pit bull pregnant (which I thought was a coincidence until all the puppies were born with mullets).
Ah, gluttony in the technology age.
You can find more reviews of the super-TV by checking out the product’s Amazon page.