Let's begin with a quick and easy quiz. Cheat if you must, as cheating is arguably as American as taking inane quizzes.
What is IKEA?
A.) a giant blue building where all your affordable build-it-yourself furniture dreams can finally come true during a three-hour shopping experience akin to falling into a Wiki hole after googling "affordable Charles Eames chairs."
B.) a giant blue building that isn't actually blue but only projects such a color so as to lure you into its hellish depths, ultimately inspiring you to adopt a potentially relationship-destroying addiction to IKEA-related puns.
C.) a giant blue building that is actually a much deeper level of Hell than the one described in Option B, providing the testy mental groundwork needed to inspire you to write fake product reviews, print them out on professional-quality paper, and spread them all across IKEA with guiltless glee.
Much like the layout of your local IKEA, that's actually a trick question. IKEA is all of those things and so much more. In fact, Option C in the beautifully inane quiz above was recently proven so very true by comedian Jeff Wysaski:
For a thrilling surprise twist, Wysaski's fake product reviews also take a sudden detour through the cruel and bizarre world of obsessive snake appreciation:
We salute your service, Jeff Wysaski.