It’s a can of Febreze. It should be as easy as point, spray and sniff.
But look at all of the words. What could they possibly be trying to tell me? Or warn me about? Should I really use a product that looks this complicated?
It’s like the prescription medicine commercials with 90 seconds of fast talking disclaimers. I feel queasy after hearing all of the possible side effects.
I can only handle 140 characters! Don’t they know that?
Some studies show that women speak about 20,000 words a day, while men speak only 7,000. What the study doesn’t say is that men stop listening at about 10,000.
It’s information overload. It’s why we grunt and point and generally have annoyed expressions on our faces by 2pm every day.
Just saying. In so many words.