If celebrities can shamelessly hawk this crap, we'll shamelessly hawk the Cracked De-Textbook.
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If we've learned anything in the current millennium, it's that anyone can become a celebrity. And once you are one, you can get and stay rich by endorsing products. Posing on Instaface or Snapgram (or whatever, we're bad at social media) with a fancy product in hand can bring in an absurd amount of cash. So famous folks are understandably eager to hawk goods -- so much so that they don't stop and check to find out whether the thing that they're selling is a big, fat lie.
So here are some decidedly dubious products that celebrities 100 percent endorsed on purpose.
We’re not just different. We’re bizarrely different.
Sometimes you play the role. Sometimes the role plays you.
Your next tweet could spawn an entire extended universe.
Wonder if we can sue for emotional damages.