How in the world do they keep growing all these seedless fruits? I see seedless watermelons, grapes, and oranges all the time, but haven’t figured out how they are able to reproduce them without using seeds. Is there a limited supply or are they creating them in a laboratory somewhere? And where did the firstContinue reading “How Do Seedless Fruits Reproduce?”
Is it bad that I assume every person I see buying a prepaid phone with cash is up to no good? Who else but drug dealers and hitmen would buy untraceable phones? Maybe I’ve watched too many episodes of crime dramas and police shows.
Underwear. Everybody needs it. Everyone knows that everyone else needs it and wears it. Yet, for some reason, no man wants to go out and buy it. I’m sure we’ve all heard the old joke about men wearing their underwear until it falls apart…incredibly gross, yes, but also frighteningly true for many men. I haveContinue reading “There Has To Be A Better Way”
Pizza Hut advertises “Any Pizza, Any Toppings” for $10, but the small print at the bottom of the screen during the commercial says there is an additional charge for stuffed crust and extra cheese. Is “Any Pizza, Any Toppings” really an accurate description? Wouldn’t that be like advertising “Any Drink, Any Size” for a certainContinue reading “Any Pizza? Any Toppings?”
This place always creeps me out a bit when I drive past it. What exactly is a K-12 meat company? Is it the place where they send the really bad kids that the school systems can’t handle? I’m not sure I want to know the truth behind this place after all.
Good to know that the Estes Park Brewery offers both food AND pizza. What exactly is the pizza made of, if the people serving it don’t consider it food? Is it a cardboard cutout? Or did they just have one too many samples before putting up their signage?
How in the world could anyone pass up such a fantastic deal!? Buy 33 and get 3 free? They were practically giving the stuff away! I don’t even have a cat and I almost couldn’t pass it up. Almost.
If you ever go to the thrift store by the interstate in Conway, MO to look for a reference book, be advised – this is as close as you’ll find. But really, what good seller of used books doesn’t have a “Feference” section? Perhaps they should have consulted the Fictionary for the proper spelling.
These dessert names at Cracker Barrel have got to be some of the longest in the history of dessert names. By the time I got done reading the names of the desserts, I was hungry enough to eat another meal.
I’ve heard people say “30 is the new 20”, but apparently AARP and Beltone never got the memo. I’m not too sure how true that saying is, but apparently to these two companies, 30 is the new 55 or 60. I could take it personally, but I prefer to view it as being recruited. IContinue reading “30 Is The New…60?”