I have so much respect for two-dollar store owners. They have essentially figured out how to commercialise landfill.
I don’t care if you’re the most pragmatic person on planet earth and live your life by a spreadsheet. A useless item has tempted every one of us in one of these stores at one time or another.
“Ah yes, I do need a ketchup bottle shaped like a dachshund.”
And what is with the prices in these places?
I went into one the other day and could not believe the extortion that was taking place.
I’m talking about bath mats for $80. Poker sets for $150.
It’s like they’re running their own currency, with no concept of actual value.
Two-dollar shop. The name is misleading. If their advertisements were honest, then they would be called ‘Lots-of-Dollars’ shops. Or the ‘the tip’.
Which leads me to my series: If [insert brand] ads were honest.
Inspired by the legendary work of Sniff Petrol, I’ll be producing honest not-advertisements for a manufacturer of choice.
Today’s focus is Tesla. Enjoy.