When it comes to kitsch, there’s always an excellent chance of it thriving in a 99¢ store. Even more so when it’s a penny less:
Once it’s one cent less than the kitsch standard, there’s a guaranteed level of cuckoo-ness going on in many of the specially made products that suck up shelf space like muscles on a reef at these places. There’s so much wrong about this particular product that makes it makes my eyeballs spin. First, I always love when essential information about the capabilities of the product are hidden once the product is inserted in its plastic packaging.
Also nice when the product name itself is covered once the product is secure in the package.
Even better is when the product in use is illustrated and there’s no clear connection between the graphic and the product. I don’t know what this leather-like attache case and accesories are supposed to show about the prowess of contact cement. Was the entire set fabricated using it?
Even better is the implication of the second “use”: gluing together an entire dining room set!
The directions on the back stress to always avoid “cintact” with eyes.
As far as the rest of the jumble in the directions, I thought I was buying contact cement and not plaster…
The uses of plaster and contact cement are quite different. And I didn’t know that there was a materials such as “wood leather” or “cotton yamed”. And I’m always wild about a misplaced comma as in “same or, various substances”. All of which leads me to conclude that this kitsch find couldn’t be more of this if it tried: