What are some products which should never have been made?
** YouTube videos, for sale. And what is that? A box, a book? Just open up, and have a look.
** Condiments for dogs. “Petchup” and “Muttstard”, cute. What is this stuff supposed to be used on? I know if I would put some in my fridge someone would eat it on a hot dog and throw up.
** This one is kind of clever/functional/stupid. A hairbrush that holds your phone and, wait for it, a selfie stick!
** This one offends me deeply and makes me want to sue the hell out of these people. What if I want to use it? How can it be just 4 girls? I’m hurt.
This is just scratching the surface of the dark side of capitalism. You should see some of the stuff I didn’t list here.
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