Mar 17, 2010 10:00 AM
You may have noticed that we're hardly perpetual rays of sunshine around here, but even so, we seem to spend a lot of our time enthusing about one gewgaw or another. Doubtblush exists to make it clear that we do not, in fact, like everything.
The people have spoken, and all pitiful reviews of the The Four Leaf Clover Kit ($7) reiterate our purpose here: internet investigative reporting (This is serious business.). Since said product does not yield a four leaf specimen, we declare false advertising. We really didn't believe anyone could get genetically enhanced seeds for seven bones, but hey, some people are driven solely by wishful thinking, and they shouldn't be taken advantage of... Like it wasn't going to be obvious that this was all a crock? They sure weren't lying when they issued their "good luck," geez.
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