I had the rare thrill recently of buying a new pair of shoes. Puma. (On sale, of course.) I found out that this is their 60th anniversary. Even though they have been around for a long while, Puma has re-done themselves to appeal to Gen X and Gen Y by producing an ever-changing line with extremely varied styles and colors. (Good job, Puma!)
I was amused by this little note on the box: "Average contents: 2".
Was that a joke? Do people buy shoes without checking to see if there is a left and right in the box? What's your take on this?