There's a reason it isn't called chocolate milk, but rather a chocolate drink- the first ingredient is high fructose corn syrup. I'm not the healthiest person in the world, I definitely make poor food choices sometimes.. but this, no. Chemical filled crap, tastes horrible too.
Pringles are god awful, but I still buy them and actually really love the variety of flavors, despite how bad they actually are. They're affordable, can easily be bought in bulk and snack sizes, and they have a wide range of flavors that make it easy for someone to find something they like. They have no little actual potato that they can't be classified as actual "potato chips" and they're loaded with chemicals because of how they're produced. I should know better, but I can't help myself, they're so bad they're good.
This store was TERRIBLE when it was open. The company went under and closed all of its stores, and even though my reason for a bad review after the fact has nothing to do with their bankruptcy.. it was a downright awful store. They touted themselves as having better deals than stores like Best Buy and Sears for appliances and such.. No way. Their prices weren't any better, and the employees at the three different locations I had gone to were awful. Rude, overbearing and condescending. That alone is NOT good business. While it's horrible for the employees in 220 stores that lost their jobs, I can't say I miss HH Gregg.
I have never had a problem buying from here online, I've actually never shopped in store, there's never really been a store close to me. Anyway, three stars only because the quality is lacking, everything is REALLY flimsy, and it's hard to feel comfortable or sexy when your undergarments are hanging on you because the fabrics are weak and they're not formed to your curves. Prices are pretty decent, though I would gladly pay more for better quality.
Been using this for a few weeks now, and I don't know that I see any real changes in my under eye skin, where I've used it mostly. The smell is definitely off putting, it's like a weird faux blueberry mixed with lemon smell.. actually reminds me of old lady smell. It is VERY thick, which is much different compared to the previous wrinkle "cream" I was using... however, it absorbs well and doesn't feel super greasy. It doesn't irritate or dry out my skin either. Price point was great compared to the previous product I was using, but I'm not entirely sure I will continue to use this after I've finished it.
I will never go back to Keurig. This coffee maker is AMAZING. It is super easy to navigate, coffee brews steaming hot- and stays hot for longer than five minutes. It can be programmed to automatically start brewing, and that's great for folks like me who don't like getting out of bed or just want their morning routine streamlined a bit. Following directions is important, because I filled the k cup side too full and I overflowed my cup during a test run with water. It comes with a brew basket for the k cup side for loose grounds, which will be handy and I can use it for tea if I want, since I already have ones for coffee. The k cup side also comes with a removable needle to clean between uses so it doesn't get gunky. The carafe side is like any other standard coffee maker, no frills. Both sides are easy to fill, water level is easy to see. Setting the time on it took a little work, but that was my fault. Price point is ridiculous (in a good way) considering you get two coffee makers in one- $79. My keurig was almost twice that, and conked out after two years and never really dazzled me, I always had to reheat my coffee because it didn't brew hot enough. Oh, and unlike some Keurig machines, this machine has taken every k-cup I've put into it, including non branded ones.
Probably the best cleaner I have. Best part is it didn't streak or leave a film behind. It smells pleasant and not like chemicals, and a little goes a long way. 28oz bottle for the price couldn't be beat. Love the Method line, and I'll never go back to certain mass market brands again, because this is good for glass, cleaning the stove top, microwave, sink, etc...
This is my first Fitbit, and even though I've only had it for one full day, I'm already so pleased. Easy to use, easy to read, fits well and is comfortable. It doesn't account for a stationary bike, but I read "hacks" on Fitbit message boards that some folks put it around their ankle to make their stationary bike workout count. I gave it a try last night and it worked (with the help of a safety pin), so once I nail down the science of it, I'll probably stick with it until they find a way to upgrade their software. The HR monitor is pretty close to accurate, it's within one of my phone and an actual monitor. I don't utilize the text/call notifications, because I figure they already have access to my health information... I'm not giving permission to read my messages, even though they probably can anyway. The front face is a touch screen, but not the long press type like our phones are.. the touch screen is a tap, you tap to turn the screen on, then keep tapping to scroll through the different stats the Alta tracks. All in all pretty pleased so far, will probably edit this review later on. Price point $149
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I wanted to love this nail polish more. The color is beautiful, but the coverage is streaky- and that is a turn off, and the reason I knocked off a star. There's no reason a nail polish with a double digit price doesn't perform better. No matter the technique or room temperature, it also bubbles like crazy, if I wanted my nails to look textured, I'd buy textured polish. Doesn't smell any better or any worse than any other polish, so I guess that counts for something. It is what it is, an overpriced, underperforming nail polish.