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Wednesday, February 7, 2007

Truth in Advertising

Recently, we made a trip to our local Wal-Mart Supercenter (it's NOT "Super Wal-Mart", ya'll) and while I was waiting for Katie and Abby to finish their business, I spotted this Rubbermaid "Sturdy Station" changing table:

I didn't think much of it until I noticed that a pseudo-exacto knife afficinado had altered the label so that it better represent the product:

How's that for truth in advertising?


Rachel Whetzel said...

I admit, I call mine Super. There's really nothing Super about it. I think I like the not Super one in my old town. IMO, the supercenter has a TON, but not a lot of variety of one particular item, while the regular one had less STUFF, but more choices in what they DID have. Love the turdy station! LOL


Julianna said...

OMG. I love it. Did you seriously have to laugh? When wefound out the genus of Robins was "Turdus" and compared that to the ammount of that very thing they tend to leave on cars in winter, we all had a huge laugh in class.