People like to take advantage of the fact that words have different interpretations for all of us. For instance, "bad" can be BAD or "bad" can be very, very good. The context is what's important here.
Advertisers know, too, that words are powerful. Powerfully misleading. They count on this, coupled with an uneducated public, to take advantage of the fact that we (the uneducated masses) have been dumbed down to the point that our society is... numb.
Brain dead anyone? It's so commonplace that people actually buy things with labels because they're so ridiculously brain dead to what they're buying. I mean, GLUTEN FREE doesn't equate to healthy although mainstream nutritional feeds want you to BELIEVE that it's GOOD to be gluten free so they label.... a fucking bag of GUMMY BEARS... as gluten free as if they want you -- the uneducated consumer -- to believe that those a healthy alternative to eating a piece of bread?!
So, yeah, labeling -- I'm about to derail my own post going off on the nutritional label rant rather than aiming for the bottom line which is literally what this post is about. The bottom line of labels -- the labels on TOILET PAPER. To which I scream WHAT THE HELL PEOPLE!?!
But...(or should I say butt) what the actual hell does ANY of this really mean?
I'm curious... what do these labels actually mean.