9 of the worst product names ever
What were they thinking? From candy to shoes to toys, these names will make you cringe.
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How about the Sutter Home white zinfandel wine in a box called " The Little Pink Box"?
Oreo in the South means two blacks and a white in the middle Oreo Barbie! I also thought that this was a new cookie shaped like , well you know, Barbie! They already have Goldfish and Teddy Grahams, Pebble cereal, and they even have a dog biscuit named Scooby Snacks. They had GI Joe candy here awhile back. I haven't seen that one in awhile. Of course, since I don't have preteen, then I wouldn't know. However, all in all, there are a lot of products on the shelf that just needs to go away.
I spent $60.00 today on four small bags of groceries. I didn't need much. I bought two times this much two weeks ago for the same price. Why doesn't grocery stores just sale the basics and bring down the prices so regular people can enjoy their meals?
It is like Wal-Mart, they get you to try something new and you go back to get some more. What do they do? They either don't have it as advertised or that show doesn't carry that product anymore. Then you end up with something you really didn't want to find out later that the product you wanted, they had but somewhere else.
I done rambling.
Hey MSN how ya doin. Listen MSN you really need to stop recycling these articles. I read this exact article what maybe 3 months ago... maybe less than that idk. Has it been a slow news week? Are you trying to save money? People lose interest when you fail to bring them new content.
I'm just saying is all.
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