Tuesday, May 02, 2006

actual size

I got new white-out. It came in a package comprised of a cardboard backing, and the product was held to the cardboard within a plastic shield.

Below the plastic shield, with the product inside, it said "actual size."

So, the product itself was the actual size it was supposed to be. It wasn't a picture of the product, or a sample. When I ripped open the cardboard backing and penetrated the plastic shield, the product was as promised. It was as big as they said it would be. It was, in fact, actual size.

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