Member Since: May 23rd, 2014
Last Online: May 7th, 2015
|For the most part, I love Asel Art Supply as a store front, but as an online catalogue, Holy Smokes, I have never seen such sucks. |
First their list of options is limited to nothing I was looking for, after having just spoken to someone on the phone who said that they had what I was looking for. So I typed it into the search bar, knowing they had what I was looking for and wanting to check option details, only to be redirected to a text list of not-what-I-was-looking-for again, so I clicked the most likely thing, which gave me another text list of not-what-I-was-looking-for, so I clicked the most likely thing, which gave me ANOTHER text list of not-what-I was-looking-for, so I clicked the most likely thing AGAIN, which gave me YET ANOTHER TEXT LIST of not-what-I-was-looking-for... FIVE TIMES until I said F**** IT OMGNEVERTHEF***MINDJEEZLOUEEZE.
WORST WEBSITE EVER.
Truly, I would rather have NO website than this.
|I use Fandango all the time. I think it is super helpful to have everything listed in one place and by zip codes. That being said, you can't buy tickets from their site for some of my favorite theaters. What's up with that? Those theaters say it is because Fandango makes a lot of mistakes, though that has never been my experience. But I took a couple of stars off for Functionality because of that gap. And one star off Aesthetics because I don't like orange. It's garish. Unless it's hip. But here it's just garish. |
Anyway, I do recommend Fandango for the theaters it serves.
Except for the orange. Which is ugly. And garish.
|I use this site mostly for its thesaurus, which, I have to say, is kind of terrible. There are words out there that I know exist that are more exciting and colorful than the hyperbolic tripe that comes to mind, but are they on Dictionary.com? Do they dance from this website like sparkling beacons of literary comfort, encouragement and inspiration?|
Usually not. Sigh...