I would love to know why someone thought this was a good
idea. I just don’t get it.
I don’t think the intent was to imply a connection between the two products.. but rather to offer a universally useful product as a value-add pack in. Who COULDN’T use a glue stick? Seriously. Can you imagine how differently the Peloponnesian War might have turned out if Archidamus had been in possession of a few hundred glue sticks? I CAN!
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