Ex-Lax brownies illegal? Prunes too slow? Have some gummy bears!

Stash some of these in your lunch bag if you expect it to be stolen.

Haribo Gummy Candy, Sugarless Gummy Bears

The customer reviews are pure comedy gold. Or is comedy brown?

You would soon know who was pilfering the office fridge.

Sounds like a crappy situation.

Quite a shitstorm.

On the page it says:

Item Under Review
While this item is available from other marketplace sellers on this page, it is not currently offered by Amazon.com because customers have told us there may be something wrong with our inventory of the item, the way we are shipping it, or the way it’s described here. (Thanks for the tip!)
We’re working to fix the problem as quickly as possible.

I wonder if it’s because of the, um, “shitty” customer reviews.

How about “Customer’s ‘shitty’ reviews”.

Didn’t we already have this thread?

Are Ex-Lax brownies really illegal? :confused:

I believe it is if you do it knowing full well that someone is going to steal them (especially out of a community area) and get sick.

Yeah, turns out poisoning people is against the law. Who knew?

I think the final conclusion is that it depends on where you are. And the company you work for can have their own policies on that type of situation.

But the gummy bears haven’t been altered and aren’t being presented as anything other than what they are.

And of course, YMMV. Those srsly impacted or having sluggish systems may not notice the effect at all (the very ones who need it imho).

IIRC, the packaging actually says that they give you the runs if you eat more than two bears at a go.

Damn this nanny-state!

People who steal Ex-lax brownies “poison” themselves. So who cares?

Squooshy baby bear says most sugarless candies provide a moving experience.

I ate half a bag of sugar free “Jots” once (the Brachs version of M&M’s). Usually I can eat anything but the sweetener they use in those is like Olestra or something.
Jeebus Kripes! :eek:

I don’t think that there’s going to be a run on this item.

Those things are the real deal; once I got a bunch of sugar free gummy bears from the bulk candy section at a local grocery before watching movies with my wife (girlfriend at the time), only to be afflicted with the most urgent and horrible liquid diarrhea the following day. I chalked it up to some sketchy ingredients from her sketchy fridge, and took some Imodium and was fine.

Next time I got the sugar free gummy bears, the same exact thing happened, except that we’d eaten out. I figured it was something I ate again, until the third time, and I put it together and haven’t got many more of them.

FYI… it’s worse than Olestra. It’s more like the anti-Imodium. Violent, huge, totally liquid diarrheas that cause other people to flee restaurant bathrooms due to the horrid sounds and smells. No cramps or flaming anus discomfort that I recall though.

Where were you two weeks ago? :wink:

People who break into houses protected by spring guns “kill” themselves. But they’re still illegal - because it might not be an evildoer that enters the house, and it just as easily might not be an office thief that takes one of your brownies.

I’ve spent years trying to explain to people that I DO NOT want any of their sugar-free soda or treats because I can’t afford to spend the rest of my day in the restroom. “Oh, but it tastes just like the regular version!” they say. Maybe, but the sugared version won’t leave you with the all - day squits after two bites.