Various press outlets are reporting the that there are penises on the Milky Way bar as if this is a real story. (The Milky Way being a bar of plain white chocolate).
What makes it even more ridiculous is many of them have not shown the whole bar with the complete picture on it.
Or the other bars in the same series of images showing that any willies seen are purely in the eye of the consumer.
Over the last four months I have been into Ulta 10 times (yes I was counting) from the express purpose of buying the product that should be in these two spaces. It has actually been on there 0/10 = 0% of those occasions.
When I ask about it the staff say that they have no input on ordering which is done by some automated central process,one that apparantly does not believe in keeping a supply of a product on hand even when it is shelf stable and has dedicated shelf space that cannot be used for any other purpose. Some uber-manager is probably really thrilled about how "efficient" this is.
I am told that I can try coming on Wednesdays when they restock and there may or may not be some of this product. Which makes me think that Ulta can go screw itself. I try and support local brick-and-mortar stores even if they are chains, but if the feeling is not mutual Amazon here I come.
If you looked at this advertisement, what do you think it would be promoting?
The answer is: breastfeeding.
Because those totally look like new mothers.
And sexualizing breasts is so helpful in normalizing breast feeding.
The first news report I saw on Beezin' made it perfectly clear that it was hoax report. The idea is that kids are getting high by putting lip balm on their eyelids. The way I could tell it was fake was:
1) Putting lip balm on your eyelids will not make you high
2) It is clearly a version of the South Park satire "Cheesing" (from the episode "Major Boobage")
But due to the high level of apparently not giving a fuck amongst major news outlets, this story has been treated as real by a wide array of TV station and newspapers. The story seem particularly popular with Fox affiliate stations. Do they not have Google?