Take two bottles into the shower? No, I'll take a tree

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Why don't all shampoo bottles turn into shrubberies, ponders the Sceptic Tank

The Tank has long given up taking two bottles into the shower. We just want to wash what's left of our hair and go. And then have the empty shampoo bottle turn into a tree. It such an obvious final...

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