Monday, April 07, 2008

Exactly What It Says On The Tin?

When I buy something I expect it to at least contain what it says on the label. A while ago I brought some shower gel that said if would reinvigorate my skin with the "gingko and volcanic mineral extract".

So you think it would be safe to say that it would contain gingko and volcanic mineral extract, or at least have gingko and volcanic mineral extract or perhaps even volcanic mineral extract and gingko in the ingredients list someplace ? Perhaps not surprisingly however neither ingredient appears on the list on the bottle.

So no gingko and volcanic mineral extract, I guess means no reinvigorated skin.


Anonymous said...

No, see? This is the proper use of bunny ears. It's perfect. You're not using it for emphasis, you are using it because the think claims to have - and you quote - what it claims to have, and so... there you go. It's perfect.

prisoner cell block H said...

Mmmmmm, gingko. I love gingko. Gingko is my favourite.

Oh, hang on. I have no idea what it is. Do you spread it on toast? Do you drink it "on the rocks"? (Did you see what I did there?) Or is it best rubbed into your head?

Bring back soap-on-a-rope! I always take that into the shower!! Got to go now, the prison warden is telling me it is shower-time!!!