#1 This box of markers that put empty space under the label to make it look like more full.

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#2 This body wash bottle that uses the label to hide a lack of volume.

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#3 This $10 “bulk” candy bucket that’s…a little smaller in person.

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#4 This sheet set that makes it look like it’s Egyptian cotton, when it’s really just “comparable to the feel and touch”.

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#5 This email subject line that tricks you into opening a marketing email.

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#6 This “bigger size” bottle that actually has four fewer ounces than the original.

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#7 This tricky sign that’s about 100 miles away from the actual Niagara Falls, but makes you think you need to get off the freeway.

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#8 This pizza that hid its lack of cheese and toppings

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#9 This set of headphones that used a label in the product image to make you think it’s an Amazon’s Choice item

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#10 The serving size of these waffles, which come in packs of four.

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#11 This restaurant that made the most of its B health rating.

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#12 This box of chocolates that’s really only about half a box of chocolates

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#13 This “value size” bottle of vitamins that has 100 fewer tablets than a regular bottle.

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#14 This tricky little non-panda

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#15 This pizza place that charges $11.99 for a pizza but requires a $12 minimum order for delivery.

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#16 This sign that has a very tiny “each” that doubles the price you probably thought the limes were.

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And finally, this library sign that is just too cruel.

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