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Mypolarice: a Fool and His Money Are Soon Parted

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I’m going to go on record right off the bat and say if you buy this MyPolarIce, the universe will kick you in the balls (if you have balls). Call it karma, call it whatever you want this is one of the single dumbest things I have ever seen for sale. That’s not even enough ice to chill a can of beer.

The company claims to take a chunk of ice from the cold waters up in the polar areas and then hack 1000 pieces of the ice off. The ice is then packed into a capsule, tossed in a box, and then sold to idiots who will pay about 24,95 euro (appx. $32.50 USD) for a single piece of ice.

The capsule that the ice is crammed into measures 9-inches and you are supposed to keep the ice in your freezer. I guess the idea is when the polar ice caps are all gone you will have your own piece of this precious ice. Of course should that happen we will all drown and it won’t be such a big deal at that point. Plus, your fridge will probably stop working due to the rising flood waters.



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