Dial Soap, to the penalty box!
We’ve been using Dial soap in our household for years. I grew up using Dial soap. Sometime in the last not to distant past, Dial soap said, “We don’t care about our long time user PG”. It’s obvious. The formula hasn’t changed. Not that I can tell at least. But the shape of the bars. What the heck happened?
Somebody decided to go all wacky and make Dial soap look something like Jaromir Jagr’s hockey stick. The thing has a curve in it that just ain’t right.
In the NHL they have rules about such obscene bends. I think I need to call in the refs to check to see if Dial has really gone off the deep end. Break out the stick curve gauge guys….
” What’s the big deal”, you ask? “That looks good, contoured to for easy washing!”, you insist. Hooey!
The average lifespan for a bar of Dial seems to be down about 30% now. Looks to be a pure money grab by the ‘good folks’ at the Dial Corporation. With the bend in the soap you wind up working through the skinny middle and the soap breaks into two ends far sooner than it used to. Back in the good old days when Dial was just a big three dimensional rectangle you could usually work a bar down to nothingness. Now the bottom of my shower is littered with broken ends of Dial.
Dial, I beseech you, stop the insanity!