Who determines the appropriate expiry date (or “expiration date” in American English) of a product (particularly a food item)? Have you ever wondered if your can of Coke will remain bubbly for another year as indicated on the expiry date? Well, I have. And I tried to dig up some info on this topic: Nothing… Read More »
Saw this Mido ad in today’s The Standard (and it’s on the front page). Instead of “A mark of true design”, it appears more like “A mark of poor design” because the two photos do not relate to each other unless you strain your eyes to read the copy below the headline. To make matters… Read More »
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Your breast chance of survival in an emergency may lie close to your (or someone else’s) bosoms. Created by Ukrainian scientist Elena Bodnar, the “emergency bra” can easily be removed, split into two and turned into a face mask to filter out harmful chemicals. Bodnar said the inspiration for her bra mask came from the… Read More »
Hong Kong must have the highest concentration of Maclaren baby strollers in the world. Everywhere I go, Maclaren easily outnumbers the competition 4 to 1. Should a defect be discovered in the models sold in Hong Kong someday, I wonder if the company would initate a product recall based on the cost-benefit analysis depicted in… Read More »
This ad by Marc Jacobs must qualify for the worst print ad of the year. The photography sucks and the “model” (can you really call her a model?) is so ghastly that it would be a wonder if you even notice how dreadful the product is.