One nice Marks & Spencer shirt, complete with 12 items of packaging: One clear plastic outer wrapper One card collar supporter One clear plastic collar supporter One rectangular card shirt supporter One rectangular sheet of tissue One rectangular plastic clip One clear plastic collar supporter insert One plastic cuff stud One clear plastic clip One …
Got yellow teeth? LIke silly plastic boxes? If you said ‘yes’ to either of these then Crest Whitestrips are for you!
In the fast moving and exciting world of chewing gum Trident are the new kids on the block. To make a ‘splash’ they focused on making bigger packaging than Orbit/Wrigley’s first, then better gum second. Today’s demanding consumer won’t put up with his chewing gum sharing a package with other bits of chewing gum, no, …
This delightful mess comes from three meals, McDonalds, KFC and Burger King. You could say that the stuff in the wasteful packaging is itself a waste product, but that’s just my opinion (I had to say it’s just my opinion and not fact incase Ronald gets Mclible on my ass!) .
OK so it’s not strictly overpackaging of a product, but it’s just as bad. Every month one of these drops through my door, and every month I post it back to them saying in big writing, “PLEASE STOP SENDING ME THIS JUNK, AND TAKE ME OFF YOU MAILING LIST” But still like clockwork another arrives.
py A grand total of five biscuits, all individually wrapped, with a plastic tray and large outer packaging