I saw a review for peanut butter M&Ms once. One star because they tasted like peanut butter.Or that they never read the I Like The Way You Work It No Diggity T-Shirt listing and bought it out of stupidity. I once saw little plastic containers for glitter marked 1 star because some shmuck bought it for film rolls and they didn’t fit. The product dimensions were very, very clearly listed on the item page.Ugh, near me there’s a Yelper who only posts pictures of her kids. Nothing about the restaurant, or food, or service, just the 2 kids. Sometimes they’re sitting at a booth that might be the restaurant, sometimes its the 2 kids on the sidewalk (direction downward so its kids + top of sidewalk) that might be in front of the restaurant, etc… There’s dozens of places here with her photos and nothing about the place itself, it’s so odd.Amazon actively solicits these answers from people who have purchased a product. People who aren’t tech-savvy enough to understand what’s happening see an email directed to them personally asking for their opinion on something and feel like they are supposed to respond. Owners of the email inboxes associated with shared amazon accounts will answer the question that they feel was asked personally to them and respond that they don’t know what you’re talking about.Also more than one person giving 1-star reviews to random repacks of Pokemon cards because their dumbass kid thought they could buy a lot of 50 random Pokemon cards and that would be enough to learn to play the card game, even though you need 60 cards.
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