Honestly, I never fall for these commercials. From children's molding toys to "therapeutic" pillows, and so-on and so-forth. Most of the time, these things are worthless pieces of junk that I could definitely live without. For example, why in the world would I want to cut my hot-dog into the shape of an octopus? Why? Not only that, but what about that hair-chalk commercial? Surely, if I wanted to dye my hair temporarily, I would go to the store and buy colored hairspray / temporary hair dye; rather than waiting a week for something I'll probably only use once. And of course, there are those knife commercials that come on late at night or early in the morning. You know that slogan! "THREE Easy Payments of 36.95!" Honestly... Why not just say "One payment of 110.85"? They think so many of these tricks will get us, but honestly, I feel as though they take us for idiots. Do you buy from infomercials?? How do they get you?? Why? Have you ever bought something useful from one? Why not just go to the store for a similar, or better item? Let me know about your experiences! One a larger note, do you think that American greed increases the sales of these products? If yes, why and how? If no, why do you think so?