20 thoughts on “Pointless Packaging: Absurdly Funny And Infuriating”

  1. It’s 168 HongKong$ and that’s only around 21,50 US$ so absolutely reasonable for a fresh airfreight-strawberry from Japan.

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  2. Regardless of the price, there is nothing reasonable about a fresh airfreight-strawberry from Japan.

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  3. A lot of organic produce is wrapped to keep people from ringing it up as cheaper conventional produce. Of course the packaging goes against the whole principkle of buying organic. Irony abounds in our industrial food system.

  4. Why Coca-Cola tins are in plastics? Why Crab meat cans are packaged in plastics?

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  5. Some of these could be excused for:
    * the broccoli buds tend to fall of and make a mess in your grocery bag
    * red cabbage leafs can come off
    I… Don’t have more. I mean I couldn’t care myself and would rather buy these unpacked!

    The rest is just bonkers. Especially the already industry packed ones! These cokes MUST be a joke!

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  6. I can understand the eggs and the peeled oranges. Those can be very helpful for people with grip and dexterity issues. But stuff that’s already canned? WTF?

  7. To Anonymous:
    What is wrong? Tin is in plastic. Tins are in plastics. (Each of them has its own plastic.)
    [plastics = plural form of plastic; The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition]

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  8. Actually, the potatoes are packaged that way so that you can cook them in the microwave without poking holes in them or worrying that they’ll explode. Just put them in with the plastic on for about 6 to 7 minutes (depending on the size of the potato).

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  9. Wird Zeit das mal wieder ein Massenaussterben kommt. Die Erde wird es Ć¼berleben, die Dummheit der Zweibeiner hoffentlich nicht.

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  10. i know!add a layer of toxic oil bi-product to the outside layer of a potato and then radiate it in a microwave…no, you won’t get cancer the same day…it takes a few days.

  11. I totally missed the implied absurdly funny aspect of these images. Did anyone else catch it?

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  12. I remember one time i was grocery shopping and then i saw a mayonaise bottle packaged in a plastic bag like wth

  13. Well–all the leftover plastic that can’t be turned into millions of bags, aka suburban tumbleweed, can now be used to encase any individual item! Ingenious!

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