Let the buyer beware. Retailers are advertising products that don’t exist. Facebook, Twitter and other social media channels are filled with April Fool ads today and consumers are falling for the gags.
Here’s a few of the best:
Calling all greenies: Sonic Drive-In is introducing its newest menu item – a Kale Cream Pie Milkshake.
Introducing Brasieks by Gavrieli, the first ever foot bra for enhanced toe cleavage. The $65 silk toe slings are made in a small village that is home to the world’s only colony of free-range silkworms. Paired with your favorite Tieks, Brasieks provide maximum lift and increased toe exposure to make you the walk of the town. Learn more: www.tieks.com/brasieks.
Caribou is proud to announce Clear Coffee, a proprietary new coffee blend that has removed the color while retaining all the flavor. Thanks to an innovation in bean cultivation techniques and processing, Caribou has been able to produce an entirely colorless, stain-free beverage.
Attention Trekkies: Pop culture retailer ThinkGeek.com has introduced a $269 Klingon-dialect edition of the language instruction software Rosetta Stone.
American Eagle Outfitters fake ad for a new doggie clothing under the “American Beagle Outfitters” label was so popular that, no joke, the retailer will debut a limited edition canine collection this fall.