Twitter is all over Amazon Prime Day and a lot of it is super disappointed
As everyone who has a working forebrain is aware, Wednesday is P-Day — Prime Day — at online retail giant Amazon.
Leading up to the big day, the seller of almost everything bragged that the deals would be better than Black Friday.
Many Twitter users would disagree and they did so with sharp humor. The laughs are free. Now that’s a deal.
All of us, to @amazon right now. #PrimeDay pic.twitter.com/OOjCeu0pQw
— Emily Weeks (@ejweeks) July 15, 2015
#PrimeDay is like when grandma says “help yourself to the candy jar!” but it has nothing but raisins and sugar-free salt water taffy
— Dera Luce (@DeraLuce) July 15, 2015
Very disappointed w/ .@amazon 's #PrimeDay “deals”!! Definitely has not lived up to the hype.
— Jayme Farrell-Ranker (@JaymeFR) July 15, 2015
#PrimeDay's selection is like browsing through a Goodwill in a wealthy neighborhood.
— eammon (@eammon) July 15, 2015
I'm no business major but I know a great bargain. Thank you #PrimeDay pic.twitter.com/z6Qyz08mOF
— Prince Omar Alexis (@PrinceAlexis_) July 15, 2015
#PrimeDay is like the worst first date imaginable. I am pretty sure this is not going to lead to a second date.
— rydance (@Rydance) July 15, 2015
So far I'm unimpressed with #PrimeDay. Really @amazon? Compression socks and movies that no one wants anyway? You can do better than that.
— Shannon Stiles (@shannonrose08) July 15, 2015
#PrimeDay is like when your dad goes on a business trip and promises presents but really he just bought you coloring books at the airport
— internet operator (@DJDadMCMom) July 15, 2015
Me waiting for the 40 inch TV to be available on #PrimeDay pic.twitter.com/mNA5xwARjw
— Shawn Schossow (@ShawnSchossow) July 15, 2015
I'm still holding out for @Amazon employees to put all their soy sauce and mustard packets from their desk drawers in #PrimeDay
— Jay D'Lugin (@jaydlugin) July 15, 2015
If only there were another word for “Disappointing” – Oh wait! There is. It's called “#primeday” http://t.co/sRrtXpPP4g
— Joanna Duff (@joannaduff) July 15, 2015
The best part of #PrimeDay is reading the tweets about how bad #PrimeDay is.
— Joe McDonald (@jpatrickm) July 15, 2015
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