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Right, I'm positive that Walkers cheese and onion crisp packets used to be green. I googled it to try and find out when/why they changed it, but the internet seems to have covered up all evidence! Somebody else convince me I didn't imagine it.
A thread to highlight absolute nonsense, be it just silly pish that is clearly absolute bollocks that idiots believe in, or some malicious crap that not only tries to rip foolish folk off with hysteric bullshit claims but can actually be harmful to people. Or indeed anything else that is, quite frankly, bullshit. To kick off I’m going with some of the malicious crap. This comes from Goop, the astonishing ‘health and lifestyle’ website belonging to Gwyneth Paltrow. Frankly the entire site could be listed, but I’ll just list a couple of things from this depository of lies. First up; wearable stickers that promote healing. Yes, they’re actually hawking stickers that apparently can do magical things for you, for just $36. Bargain. It’s claimed that the stickers are made from the same material as NASA space suit lining. In fact, this is what they say; “The stickers are made with the same conductive carbon material NASA uses to line space suits so they can monitor an astronaut’s vitals during wear.” And they apparently “rebalance the energy frequency in our bodies,” NASA, after wiping the tears of laughter from their eyes, replied with that it “does not line its spacesuits with conductive carbon material.” Staying with Goop, they also sell jade eggs for women to put up their fanny. I’m not joking.