Do you ever wonder about these things, or is it just me?
I was looking at hair color products the other day and noticing that there’s one for touching up your roots that will match any light brown hair color that you could buy. How can it do that? And, if it can do that, why don’t they make one that will match your own natural hair color? Granted, you wouldn’t be able to use it if you’re a brunette wanting to go blonde, but for covering gray it would be ideal.
Since we’re on the subject, I just noticed a coupon for hair color that says it’s not good for “trial or travel sizes.” So you mean they sell trial size hair color? How does that work, exactly? You try it on the left side of your head to see whether you like it?
Then there are those commercials for the park-assist feature in cars that say, “It virtually parks itself!” Virtually? In my world, “virtually” is synonymous with “almost,” as in, “Buying this product virtually eliminates the need for” … whatever. And, I don’t know about you, but I don’t want a car that is gonna almost park itself.
LOL … if you spend any time on Facebook, Twitter, or just texting your peeps then you surely have seen this uber-cool shortcut that assures someone you’re laughing out loud. But, I wonder … when you type that, are you really LOL-ing or is it perhaps a way of virtually laughing out loud? Hmmm … there’s that word again.