Go ahead...tell me.
11/17/2008 11:49:00 PM
from the Jet Set Desk,
Snowman's arm looks like his wiener?
heavier weight guaranteed.
50 is spelled wrong.
that the cookie hasn't already made it's way into my belly.I owe you some juicy deets re: phone call.
The space saving carton is the same length? Ditto on the cookies, where is my cookie ration?
What the devil is that?
The snowman on the top box is upside down?
Did they put a "place holder" box in the package? You know, to make it still look just as big so that people would buy it.....even though it's now "space saving?" Talk about grocery shrink ray!
Well, cookies like that guarantee me a heavier weight. So I see nothing wrong.
you are going to have the shape of a snowman after all the baking you do... heavier weight guarantee hahahaha
The snowman's arms are coming out of it's nipples?
Heavier weight guaranteed = awesome. Snowman nipple/weiner = also awesome. Space saving carton same length, bizarre.SO MANY QUESTIONS.
You are all WRONG. Well, you might all be correct in some sense, but you haven't found the main thing yet.Keep trying.
Phantom handle on the spatula?
You went shopping at Walmart.
The top aluminum foil box doesn't have the measurements. Therefore, I am guessing the bottom box is larger and subsequently not space-saving.
They didn't mean 4.64 meters squared.
No, no, and no.(But yes to the Oxford Comma.)
I decided upon further reflection that perhaps the spatula is facing the other direction. So I got nothing, and will patiently wait for someone smarter to throw down on this.
Well, I'm not seeing anything unless you're talking about the lack of hyphen in "space saving carton." Or unless you're thinking that Non-stick should be Non-Stick, which is shouldn't since non-stick is one word, and thus stick should not be capitalized.I have looked at this picture for a solid five minutes (I even checked the area dimension conversions!) and I've got nothing else.Aside for the snowman box being crushed on top. I wouldn't buy that box.Or unless you're talking about aluminum foil being displayed on top of parchment paper.
No, none of those.
it can't be that the snowman is wearing earmuffs.
Is it the "Real Parchment" statement, when real parchment is actually made from animal skins?
That's what I was thinking... is it the real parchment thing?
I am so smart: S-M-R-T! (Only took me five guesses to get it right!) Actually, it helps that I'm currently reading a book that talks quite a bit about ancient manuscripts and parchment and whatnots and whathaveyous.So... Do I win homemade cookies? ;)
I was going to say that about the "real" parchment, too.
I just bought some of that and I was wondering...
parchment paper for baking is a silicone coated paper that keeps food from sticking. It is not used for writing--just in case you needed to know the difference
I'm pretty sure Azúcar, who is an avid and skilled baker, was talking about real parchment:"Real parchment (papyrus) production is a hand process that uses animal skins of sheep, cows, or goats."--businesscardsforyou.com
Anyway, I'm with you on the Oxford comma question.
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