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You hate when commercials that try to sell their food storage product over exaggerate everything. For example, when they make it look like if you don't have this "revolutionary" container, your cupboards explode with 371948 containers. Or how if you don't have this one size fits all lid, you struggle trying to put the small lid onto the large container. Like we're really that stupid, amirite?

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That's what makes them hilarious.

My favorite are the toothpaste dispenser ones. Because I really squeeze toothpaste all over the sink...uh, not since I was like four.

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@_Jojo_ My favorite are the toothpaste dispenser ones. Because I really squeeze toothpaste all over the sink...uh, not...

or the one for the jar opener. The lady literally whips the pickle jar across the floor and it shatters. Yup, that's exactly what I do when I cant open a jar.

Because in the 2nd sentence of this post, the member who posted this writes "over exaggerated", which is not grammatically sound based on the error of REDUNDANCY. Let me explain: "Exaggerate" itself means to overstate something to excess; or to say something is larger or greater than it really is. Over exaggerating implies that a certain amount of exaggeration is the standard/the norm. Exaggeration is exaggeration...you either represent something to be bigger than it was or you don't.

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