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Every day companies compete by inventing by inventing a new product Some of these things are very useful and we dont know how we would live without them Many of these products dont have much impact on society and fade out throughout the years Most of us can think of many examples such as Crystal Pepsi slap bracelets pogs and backpack purses As we look back at the products invented in the last 25 years we wonder what type of new products we will invented in the next 25 years Of all the new consumer products invented every year many succeed and many fail but its great looking in from the outside on the new ideas for our future Who comes up with these ideas I remember in the late eighties someone invented a torture tool for women the more I think about it Im sure a man invented it It was made for hair removal I guess you could use it anywhere on the body with hair It was a mechanical device that yanked hairs from the roots and this supposedly prevented the hair from growing back as fast Well Im here to tell you this thing was a painful mistake in the inventors world Just five seconds of using this mechanism and a lot of pain I decided I would let my legs get as hairy as I could stand I didnt need the pain of this root-pulling tool Needless to say I wasnt the only consumer with this opinion this product took a nosedive into history This didnt stop companies every few months there was a new tool for fast effective hair removal Of course none of these have worked so far To this day the companies are still trying to promote these products The companies that gave up the hair removal products started the evolution of pore cleansing strips Little strips of gluey paper you wet and press on your
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