Two pranksters are out to prove that nothing in life is ever "free," even when the packaging on the box claims otherwise. And they have a good point. Is it considered false advertising when food labels tell us that we're getting a certain percentage of something for "free" when we're expected to pay for the product in the first place? Watch these literal-minded smart alecs use their "free"-loading skills to put packaging promises to the test.
Thanks, i am bored!