How Products Use Fancy Language To Try And Trick People

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Pretty much everything you can buy is plastered with information. Some of it is useful, but most of it is clearly designed to trick people into buying stuff. So we asked our readers to cut through the marketing-speak by translating phrases that are all over common products.

The winner is below, but first, the runners-up:

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Entry by ERRiley

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Entry by MrWilson

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