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rob.leblanc
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posted 11 June 2003 09:05 PM      Profile for rob.leblanc     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
A friend just asked me this after he was watching an infomercial on some cooking product. What would be the worst product to see on an infomercial and the best product to see on an infomercial? You can make up the products if you like.
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nonsuch
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posted 11 June 2003 10:44 PM      Profile for nonsuch     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
best product: a cooking-oil 'composter'
After you're done frying the third or most garlicky (whichever comes first) batch of food in the oil, you collect it in a bin at the top of this device. When the bin is full, you open the tap at the bottom of the device, and out comes a nice, clean fuel for your car. (I don't even mind de-grunging the filter every week.)

worst product: cardboard-and-plastic lunches for children
It's no secret how i feel about those things. Whether they contain four crackers and 8 grams of cheese-like substance or two damp cinnamon cotton-balls and a tiny packet of sugar-sludge, they're all horrible.


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