An Illinois man is suing Buffalo Wild Wings, arguing that the "boneless wings" are "not wings at all" and are made from slices of deep-fried chicken breast meat, which is more similar to chicken nuggets than wings. (Read more about that here.)

In a world where people are always looking for something to complain about, Aimen Halim has taken it to a whole new level. Not content with just one ridiculous lawsuit against Buffalo Wild Wings, he's filed multiple class-action lawsuits against other companies for equally preposterous reasons.


First, he went after Tom's Wicked Fresh Mouthwash for claiming to be "natural." I mean, come on, what did he expect? That they would harvest mint leaves and extract the essential oils by hand? Maybe they should just add a disclaimer that says, "This product was not grown in a hippie commune."

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Then, he targeted Kind granola for claiming to be "high in fiber." Now, I don't know about you, but when I think of granola, I don't automatically assume it's packed with fiber. But apparently, Aimen does, and he's not afraid to sue over it.

And let's not forget about the Hefty© lawsuit, where he tried to take them to court for labeling their bags as "recycling bags." I mean, who cares if they're not actually recyclable? It's not like anyone was going to recycle them anyway.

So, what's next on Aimen's list of frivolous lawsuits?

Here are a few suggestions:

  1. "Too crunchy" potato chips - Aimen could sue any company that claims their chips are "extra crunchy" or "extra crispy" because they might hurt his delicate teeth.
  2. "Misleading" candy names - Aimen could sue companies that use names like "Sour Patch Kids" or "Gummy Bears" because they might lead people to believe that they're actual children or bears made of candy.
  3. "False advertising" ice cream - Aimen could sue ice cream companies that claim their products are "delicious" or "irresistible" because he tried them once and didn't like them.

It seems like Aimen is always looking for a reason to sue. Maybe he should start a class-action lawsuit against himself for being "sue-happy." At least then, he'd have a reason to go to court.

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