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An example of wrap rage with a plastic light bulb package. Wrap rage , also called package rage , is the common name for heightened levels of anger and frustration resulting from the inability to open hard-to-open packaging , particularly some heat-sealed plastic blister packs and clamshells . Consumers suffer thousands of injuries per year, such as cut fingers and sprained wrists, from tools used to open packages and from the packaging itself.
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FOUND by Travis in Baltimore, Maryland Found in the gutter on Ramsay Street. I am most struck by the comment about the stove. It seems to say, “Look, I’m not really thrilled about the dope-shooting in my house, but I could live with it if you were just a little more conscientious about turning off the stove when you were done.”
The Holy Grail of Python’s 20 most hilarious sketches, celebrating their 40th anniversary.
Lenny Bruce may have set the stage, but nobody brought it quite as raw as Richard Pryor did.
You are here: Home / History / Top 10 Famous People Who Didn’t Actually Exist Thanks to urban legends , pranks, and the use of pseudonyms, there have been a number of people who managed to get famous without having to go through the hassle of actually existing. Some were used for shady marketing purposes, others served as tools for building hoaxes, and one was even responsible for encouraging early medieval expeditions into Asia.
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