Free with oatmeal pump
We've been looking at syntactic ambiguity - you know, those perfectly grammatical sentences that can be read more than one way? "The cop saw the man with binoculars" kind of thing - and today I found a perfect example.
Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion Fragrance Free with Oatmeal Pump
One reading makes it seem as if you get "lotion fragance" "free with oatmeal pump" - that is, if you get the pump you get the fragrance of the lotion free - and the other that you get the whole thing - "Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion" that is "Fragrance Free" and has an "Oatmeal Pump" - which is closer to the real reading. But not quite there.
And what the heck is an "oatmeal pump", anyway?
Hyphens, anyone? And commas?