By David Pescovitz at 6:19 am Fri, Sep 25, 2009
I wonder why they made the width of the box so close to twice the size of a Tic Tac.
I thought I had seen everything…can I call Rule #34 on this?
I actually find that anxiety-causing and have to free them immediately upon discovery. This picture stresses me out. There are FOUR of them stuck! UPSIDEDOWN!
Freeing them? Those Tic Tacs are using teamwork to hang on for dear life and avoid being eaten!
How is this possible? the basic rules of design have been violated to simply toy with the desperate needs of consumers.
All I wanted was a refreshing mint AND YOU WOULDN’T GIVE IT TO ME!
1. Tic Tacs taste gross.
2. We as a society appear to be scraping the bottom of the barrel for new Web-gallery ideas.
Madmolecule: It wasn’t long ago that most web galleries seemed to be dedicated to cats, so it’s not like the bar was particularly high before this.
If you like orange Tic Tacs, you’d also enjoy my vomit. Both taste exactly the same.
When I see a bunch of them in sequence, they take on a certain poignancy… They were meant to be eaten and that destiny can’t be fulfilled without intervention on someone else’s part.
orange ones are always the softest.
Thank you boingboing… Really, Thank You. Why do I feel so relieved from my most inner longings after reading this? All I know is that I go to bed now feeling ready for life at the other side…
Perhaps “masquerading as art” should be the title.
you crazy orange tictacs are like baby aspirin without the zaz
really???? REALLY???? youthoughtthiswouldinterestus?
there’s nothing inane about this at all, nope not a thing…
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