#Reviewforscience Will Show You What These Items Are REALLY Used For
7. Turkey Baster
Five star reviews can be specious from time to time, but to one coming from a former Nature News and NPR correspondent like Ross, you can lend a little more credit.
Her glowing review for the OMorc Turkey Baster 4-Piece Set should bump sales up a bit after the holidays are over.
“The best mosquito larva collector available,” she writes. “Perfect for sampling tree-hole dwelling species. Clear tube for easy species ID. Narrow enough to sample from pitcher plants. Brush lets you remove detritus[.] Unsure if bastes turkey.”
Review: 5 stars. The best mosquito larva collector available. Perfect for sampling tree-hole dwelling species. Clear tube for easy species ID. Narrow enough to sample from pitcher plants. Brush lets you remove detritus— Erin Ross (@ErinEARoss) January 30, 2018
Unsure if bastes turkey.#reviewforscience pic.twitter.com/290sGHBWqJ
6. Plaid lumberjack shirt
Red lumberjack plaid has become an American legend.
Once relegated to the mighty lumber workers of the midwest, stouthearted grunge fans wrested control of the tartan in the early 90s, followed by software developers a decade later. Today, you can also find it at Costco.
According to climate impact researcher Dani Rabaiotti, “the button down pockets on this shirt are perfect for storing bats in when you run out of bat bags.”
Bat bags, as Rabaiotti explains, are something you either have or you don’t. And when you don’t, you can be grateful you have a lumberjack shirt, but maybe not too grateful.
“Sadly the red colour does attract some biting flies,” he warns.