Have you noticed that products get smaller every year? But often the box looks just as big, often with designed special air spaces.
As many as 2,529 products have shrunk in size over the past five years, but are being sold for the same price, official figures show.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said it was not just chocolate bars that have been subject to so-called "shrinkflation".
It said toilet rolls, coffee and fruit juice were also being sold in smaller packet sizes.
Since 2012, the inflation rate for products such as chocolate was actually 1.22 percentage points higher, when the smaller size was taken into account.
Dozens of chocolate bars and sweets have already got smaller.
Toblerone has shrunk by 12%, with larger spaces between the triangular "mountains".
My grocery store's regular cotton balls have become so tiny they often aren't big enough to clean inside of my cats' ears. I recently had to switch from "triple-X" size to "Jumbo Plus" (the largest) to clean cat butt.
I miss gallon sized milk containers too.
Interesting. I've noticed that the regular brand of dental floss (J & J, I think) has gotten much thinner.
And that was a good thing. Now in our greater America we won't have those pesky job-killing regulations. Truth is kryptonite to corporations and politicians.
He was a wise senator. Attributions have him saying someone ought to kick Jerry Falwell in the balls.