Comedian Creates Hilarious Fake Products And Places Them In Stores – Design You Trust

Comedian Creates Hilarious Fake Products And Places Them In Stores

Comedian Jeff Wysaski (previously) creates brilliant funny product parodies and distributes them in local stores. Why? For the lulz, of course.

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