You know on Amazon.com how, when you’re looking at an item, at the bottom it will sometimes suggest combinations? Usually I just see one suggestion, but sometimes there are two:
Really? These are frequently bought together? I can believe that bed pillows and lap desks are often bought together (at least, more often than other combinations) but even if the tan pillow is often bought with a lap desk, and a lap desk is often bought with the pink shag pillow, it doesn’t follow that customers often buy tan and muppet-pink bed pillows together, in the same shipment, even for the Super Saver discount. It’s an odd combination, though surpassed by a similar triple that I found but didn’t think to save and couldn’t recreate: a home theater system that is “Frequently Bought Together” with HDMI cords and another complete home theater system. Perhaps to encourage you to have a backup at the ready in case you don’t like the first.
The photo in the upper left is actually another strange combination, but not about transitivity: one brand of lap desk is purportedly frequently bought with a different brand of lap desk. I guess this demonstrates that the Frequently Boughts, while not reflexive, is also not anti-reflexive.