I was browsing Amazon and reading reviews of several different products on their site. Looking at the 1 and 2 star ratings, it amazed me how many people bought a product and it didn't work for them. Then when you see what they wrote, they obviously had no clue how to use the product or used it for something it was not designed to do.
Why are people so stupid?
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