Just askin’: toothpaste

July 21, 2009

At what point in your life do you opt to buy a “small” tube of toothpaste? Considering that you’ll probably be using the stuff for life, don’t you think you’d always want the larger, more-value-for-your-money size?

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4 Responses to “Just askin’: toothpaste”

  1. kilie29 Says:

    I guess you buy a “small” or “travel” size tube of toothpaste if your just “trying it out” Or maybe if your broke and really need to brush your teeth?

  2. Doraz Says:

    I agree. For travel or for trying it out. Sounds like a plan to me!

  3. sevenperfumes Says:

    Thanks for the comments! But seriously, this is not about “trial” or “travel” size toothpaste. I get that. There is, believe it or not, a medium size tube you can buy. A 4 oz size as opposed to an 8 oz size. Go to your local grocery store and check it out. I think it’s simply one of the enigmas of our commercialized, mass-marketing world. 🙂


  4. I think it’s always a balance between money and toothpaste. Imagine if toothpaste were sold in massive 5 litre tubes, 50 times bigger than the average large tube, for £60 or so. And in all grades down to a single shot of toothpaste, enough for one brushing for 10p (maybe with a disposable toothbrush so you could do it in store)? Then it might purely depend on how much money you were willing to invest in toothpaste at that moment in time.


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