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Weird packaging designs that are hilariously misleading - Kiwi Report

Weird packaging designs that are hilariously misleading


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Weird packaging designs that are hilariously misleading

False advertising is something that you never want to come across, but unfortunately, it’s surprisingly common in the world. Food packaging, in particular, seems to be a common culprit when it comes to being misleading, although other products have been known to lie to customers too.
[post_page_title]Not for climbers[/post_page_title]
There are plenty of reasons to buy rope, especially if you’re a climber. Of course, if you’re going to use this product to hold up your body weight, you’ll need to check that it’s strong enough.
Not for climbers

Presumably, this piece of rope is a little too weak, hence why the packaging says that it’s not suitable for climbing. If that’s the case, though, why was a picture of a climber used in the first place? Surely that just sends out the wrong message to everyone.

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