Sorry, but your stash of individually packaged golden nuggets is only good for about 45 days.
The three stripes on his uniform clearly reveal him to be a Navy commander,
not a captain. The Cap’n has addressed these concerns, but something still
smells fishy about the whole thing.
Subway promised to make things right, but you should probably always measure,
just in case.
Note: Just because it’s true doesn’t mean people won’t yell at you for doing it.
8. Grape-Nuts don’t involve anything related to
grapes OR nuts.
Ingredients: whole grain wheat flour, malted barley flour, isolated soy protein,
salt, whole grain barley flour, malt extract, dried yeast. So why are they
called that? No one knows! Guess they just felt like LYING.
9. Supposedly discontinued Oreo O’s DO still exist —
but only in South Korea.
The GREAT news: There are currently eight boxes left on Amazon!
10. Peanuts are actually legumes, not nuts.
And they grow underground in these super-weird little dongles.
It’s just called that because of some person named Sam German, who invented
Basically all serving sizes need to be examined very carefully.
13. Carrots don’t actually make your eyesight better.
Put those glasses back on, poindexter.
So the cookies are slightly different and are sold under different names. (Samoas
vs. Caramel De-Lites, etc.)
Oranges in warmer tropical climates never get cold enough to break down the
chlorophyll in the fruit’s skin, which means they’ll be yellow or green when they’re
ripe. Americans can’t deal with this, so imported oranges get treated with ripening
ethylene gas to turn them orange.
Five seconds is plenty of time for those germies to get all up in there.