Did I say that?

Interactivity Is Good

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I bought a new toothbrush today, and looking at the packaging, it said “interactive”.

What’s that supposed to mean? Sure, I am interacting with the toothbrush, I move it, and it brushes, but I wouldn’t call that a distinguishing feature that has to be printed on the packaging. I actually expect that from each and every toothbrush.

In fact, I would be sorely disappointed, if I ever got one that wasn’t interactive, that would be quite a drag every morning.

Interactively yours,