Even improved spam fritters are still crap
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Valid point you make. Why can't they see that labelling products 'new, improved recipe' undermines consumer confidence because it's an admission they got it wrong the previous time. Avoid 'new, improved' and wait until it says 'Newer still, now we've definitely got it right at last, honest, or your money back.'
4 michelins, premium grade.
If advertising was honest...
Oh, hang on a minute... spam fritters... spam filters... oh, I see, oh dear, too clever at this time of day. (Hack, I blame you for this. Your dementia is contagious.)
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