People Shaming Companies For Sending The Tiniest Items With An Ungodly Amount Of Packaging

by Ayoub Mask

Receiving a huge package after ordering something online kind of turns you into an excited little kid opening gifts on Christmas, you think that you will find something really exciting inside, but the reality is always harsh and disappointing since you end up finding something like a USB stick but with an ungodly amount of packaging.

A lot of companies don't really care about the environment, they just want to sell their product and maximize profit, so they use a ridiculous amount of packaging in order to ensure that the product will stay intact and not get damaged while getting transported. 

1. "I received a large package from Amazon today"

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2. They can literally all fit in a single box

2. They can literally all fit in a single box
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3. They ordered a candle

3. They ordered a candle
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4. "My Dell order of six ink cartridges arrived today"

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5. "It may look like our designer, Roo, is hibernating, but this is just the packaging used to protect the eco-friendly light bulbs that arrived this morning. Sigh... #amazonpackagingfail"

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6. "Destroying the planet one apple at a time"

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7. "The packaging of LOL Dolls."

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8. "Gas station packaging for one dose"

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9. "You think Amazon is bad at packaging? This is how our shop received 700 DISPOSABLE screws this morning from the supply warehouse. Individually packaged, with plastic thread protectors."

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10. "I decided to try use less plastic so I ordered 4 re-usable straws, this is the amount of packaging they came in 😓"

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11. "Dear @amazon please explain why you need all this packaging to send us little label ? "

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12. "2 boxes of tea...30+ feet of bubble wrap"

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13. Needs more packaging tbh

13. Needs more packaging tbh
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14. "Excessive packaging for a battery I ordered online"

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15. "My new insurance refuses to pay for meds I’ve been on for years. My doc gets free samples and gives them to me. This is the packaging for 15 days of pills."

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