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Shonky Awards 2016: The Worst Products Of The Year Revealed

The Shonky Awards have just wrapped up. There were winners and those winners were losers. All-in-all it was a good day for publically shaming some of Australia’s top brands for misleading consumers and misrepresenting their products. Personally I’m just happy that Pringles got called out for its terrible decision to move to a box I can’t get my goddamn hands inside. More »      
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