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"Caveat Emptor."

The famous English proverb is a Latin phrase warning customers they are solely responsible for the quality or suitability of the goods before committing to a purchase.

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Many common household things we use every day had completely different original purposes. Whether it's the same glue in your junk drawer that was originally designed to close wounds in times of war, duct tape that is used to fix anything but, or play-doh which is a popular child's toy but was made to clean wallpaper there is an interesting history to a lot of things if we take the time to learn.

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It should not take much for a consumer to be satisfied with the products they purchase.

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Have you ever watched an ad and thought “wow that's just what I need!"? I have. Show me any type of time-saver, miracle device and I'm ready to give up my money. Unfortunately, none of these uni-taskers hold up in our busy house. Miracle stain remover? Still stained. All in one stick vacuum? Works great except it plugs up at least twice per use requiring full disassembly. Magic skincare? Burned my cheeks red.

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"Wait ... that's what that's for!?" - us, about 17 times reading this thread.

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