7 Amazon Prime Day Deals for The Lost Ogle Reader

Good news, Lost Ogle Readers!

Amazon Prime Day is hot and upon us! Knowing our readers like we do, we spent nearly two hours mindlessly scrolling through all the best deals for items you’re just going to love!

Yep, that’s right. We’re not doing this just to get you to click on the links and (disclaimer) earn our fledging website Amazon affiliate commissions like every other media outlet, we’re doing this as a service to you.

Beginners’ Cheese Making Kit

Since the Watonga Cheese Factory has been relocated to Perry, Texas, a new generation of young Western Oklahomans is in danger of losing their heritage. Thankfully, one Amazon bargain will help Oklahoma parents in sharing their “culture.” This Prime Day, don’t be afraid to spend $12.99 on this beginners’ cheese making kit if it means saving a legacy.

Toilet Paper

If you’re reading this while on the toilet, it’s because we’re using a new Amazon AI algorithm that can basically predict via all the data on your phone what you are doing at any given moment. Hopefully, the next one will be for soap.

Lab Coat

Since anti-maskers and COVID-deniers across the state seem to know better than medical professionals and researchers at the goddang CDC, they might as well invest in a lab coat. For as low at $13.99, you too can have a lab coat that’s as quality as the “research” you Googled to justify not following the mask mandate.

Green Screen

You may feel like it’s dangerous to travel outside of Oklahoma right now, but the ‘gram doesn’t have to know that. For $179.99 and little to no COVID exposure, all your followers will think you had rollicking good fun last Thursday night at the Branson location of Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede.

Mason Jar Sconces

Even though it’s just an unfair stereotype to think Oklahomans are born in a barn, it seems to be the goal of most Oklahoma families to make you believe they live in one. Farmhouse décor is all the rage in this part of the country. And for only $23.69, you too can have a set of mason jar sconces that make it look like you had a $10 budget and junk pile to decorate your whole house.

Door Knob

If you’re reading this while on the toilet, it’s because we’re using a new Amazon AI algorithm that can basically predict via all the data on your phone what you are doing at any given moment. It’s soap, right? You did wash your hands, right?

Loungewear Jeans

Jeans may be the official uniform of the average Oklahoman, but the average Oklahoman has also succumb to the quarantine-15. But thanks to this Amazon Prime deal, you can get the comfort of stretchy pants without sacrificing fashion. Hell, you can even get camo patches sewn into the holey knees of the pants for a meager $3 difference.

Hayley used to be a farmhouse décor and furniture salesperson and she was damn good at it. Follow her on twitter @squirrellygeek and become a contributing member of TLO here. 

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12 Responses


  1. Watonga Cheese is now located in Perryton, Texas,in the panhandle southeast of Guymon, not Perry, Texas, which is down by Waco. There are those of us who are still mad that the city of Watonga did absolutely nothing to help keep Watonga Cheese here after their building was destroyed by the “inland hurricane” back then.


    1. I’m not too bright, but what was Watonga supposed to do to help Watonga Cheese – take up a milk collection, barn raising?


    2. This site is not known for getting the facts straight you know?


      1. Where do you get that? TLO has a great track record of getting the facts straight.

        Oh, wait. The writers seem to believe COVID is a bad, there might be something to global warming, indigenous peoples/minorities/women/people of non-traditional gender roles/people of non-christian worldviews should have rights, etc. I see where a Grand Wizard might get confused.


  2. Where do you get that? TLO has a great track record of getting the facts straight.

    Oh, wait. The writers seem to believe COVID is a bad, there might be something to global warming, indigenous peoples/minorites/women/people of non-traditional gender roles/people of non-christian worldviews should have rights, etc. I see where a Grand Wizard might get confused.


    1. Typed so much I had to post it twice!


      1. You can say that again!


        1. Let’s all drink to that! It’s almost noon!


  3. I realize the article is satire, but seriously, ditch the prime day and buy from local businesses. Amazon doesn’t need any more money for their own made up holiday than they already receive.

    I’m curious if Hayley’s experience in farmhouse goods was at an urban farmhouse. That place was a ridiculous mess of overly priced “reclaimed” items that newly married, trust fund millennials in OKC flocked to. The whole business model seemed non sustainable and sure enough they disappeared without a trace (although being linked to an also sketchy bro who was running his family’s rural bank into the ground probably didn’t help).


    1. Isn’t Amazon a local business now? My second cousin Melva works over on the west side at OKC1.


      1. Nope. Sonic isn’t a local business either. They’re based out of Georgia. Braum’s still is, but you can find better burgers and ice cream elsewhere from a local business than them.


    2. Good point! And on that note…

      In case you haven’t signed up yet, here’s a link to our Membership Club so you can support our local business, too! We appreciate it!

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