Too Good to be True but, in fact, True

As a general working rule, if something seems too good to be true, then it’s not true. But there are exceptions. We found these belts on Amazon, advertised for $10 each. We ordered them, expecting to be disappointed. I mean, what can you get for $10 these days? But they came, looking just like they did in the photos. And they haven’t fallen apart yet. How do they do it? Are they made by oppressed elves in the Republic of Low Wages? Don’t know. Don’t really care.

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