#1 In case you need to take a piece of bread to go

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#2 “Is this packaging really necessary Zyrtec?”

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#3 “If only bananas had a robust, natural, bio-degradable packaging of their own.”

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#4 If there’s no disk needed, why do you send this?


#5 So this was the packaging for my free Chapstick.


#6 Could it be just one container?

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#7 Guys, it’s gonna be a cash cow! We get rid of the eggshells and put the eggs in plastic bags!

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#8 All this packaging for a bottle with 30 pills. Thanks, Amazon!

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#9 One single pill and the amount of wrapping for it

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#10 There’s no way microbes are getting on those apples!

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#11 Do these companies think that this amount of packaging will keep it fresh?

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#12 “Bought an umbrella on Amazon and it came with 50 times its volume in cardboard packaging and wrapping.”

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#13 Wait, but it’s already in cubes…

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#14 How is that supposed to help?

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#15 2 lemongrass stalks, seriously?

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#16 “I thought I was doing my bit by buying Q-tips that weren’t made of plastic. Instead they’re just individually wrapped in it…”

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#17 The best Illustration for the word “overpacked”

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#18 “Pre-sliced and packaged avocados? What a time to be alive!”


#19 Just one question: Why?

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#20 Apparently, the natural cover is not protective enough

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#21 “I ordered a small piece of magnet.”

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#22 “I ordered 5 lbs of sugar free Jelly Belly’s online… They arrived individually wrapped! Why?”

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#23 “Say no to plastic” indeed!

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#24 Such fragile products for sure should be highly protected, and don’t forget to put “organic” on the wrapper.

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#25 “This Hong Kong supermarket sells individually plastic wrapped and boxed strawberries.”

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#26 This is some serious packaging for such a tiny steak.

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#27 Pre-cut and individually wrapped peppers are just insanity!

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#28 Looks like somebody came up with a new business wrapping the free IKEA pencils and selling them.

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#29 Maybe it’s just a very inventive way to prevent them from rolling around?

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#30 This USB drive is far too small for that packaging.

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#31 The only explanation for this would be that this part shrank during delivery.

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#32 “The plastic has to be removed from every single mini-sausage before cooking.”

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#33 Is that a polite way to say that you’re only allowed to eat one grape?


#34 A quartered watermelon in a bag — freshness guaranteed!

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#35 These potatoes are called “Natural Beauty.”

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