Things I will never understand (8/13/12)

Are there really people out there so baffled by a slice of cheese that the manufacturers decided it needed operating instructions?

Can we band together and request instructionless cheese? Will it be cheaper?

7 thoughts on “Things I will never understand (8/13/12)

  1. wigsf3 says:

    To be completely honest, I from time to time struggle with those little individually wrapped cheeses. First thing in the morning, I’m still half asleep trying to make breakfast and that little piece of cheese can sometimes piss me off.


  2. peachyteachy says:

    That pasteurized process cheese product is expired.


    • javaj240 says:

      Stock photo, LOL. Although it could just as easily have come from my own fridge. And on that subject, take a look at today’s post, “Anyone for pie?”


  3. javaj240 says:

    Yes. Those ketchup packets can be a bitch, particularly if your hands are in any way moist.

    On the subject of ketchup… true story: last night a customer held up a bottle of ketchup, let me repeat that, a bottle of ketchup, and asked me if I could please, please open it for her (she looked anxious and sounded desperate). I flipped the cap, turned it over, and squeezed. She was amazed. And really, really grateful. I’ll bet she needs the operating instructions for her slice of cheese.


  4. Oh man!! This caught me off guard and I totally busted out laughing….love it!!


  5. I’m OK with the cheese, but those little ketchup packets have me baffled.


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