I think you're cleaning wrong...

Now, I'm still new to this developing country, so maybe it's just that I don't understand how things work here.  Maybe over here, cleaning products are named according to the type of mess they are designed to clean.  I think a far safer bet, though, is that someone with no concept of 20th century English slang was put in charge of the transliteration for some eastern-European product, and now they are wondering why-oh-why they can't seem to gain any marketshare against bounce.


I don't know what's worse: that they are marketing this as a cleaning product, or that they are trying to sell us something anyone can produce.

I mean, I don't see how this product could possibly fail.  It's a "Strong Cleaner," and for those who are never satisfied with over-the-counter products, they have prescription-strength Barf, "with T.A.E.D. & Enzyme."  It's that enzyme that makes all the difference.

(Yes, I'm aware that this is far from the most sophisticated post I've ever written, but...well...Yeah, I got nothin'.)

15 Books: Lamb

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