A slap in the gut ...

Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by OTMPut, Feb 27, 2013.

  1. OTMPut

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    I thought it would end with horse meat.

     
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  2. ollinger

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    A slap in the gut....but a smaller gut.
     
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  3. max

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    Thank God someone is monitoring this!

    Caveat emptor.
     
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  4. maverick66

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    someone gave me a budlight on christmas and if it hadnt been for the label I would have thought it was bottled water.
     
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  5. The Meat

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    It all makes sense now, 9 watered down beers and still not drunk... :(
     
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  6. LuckyR

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    If you are drinking AB products, you really don't like beer, you're drinking for a different reason, so this info could really be important.
     
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  7. slowfox

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    First Subway's footlongs not measuring up, now beer. Next, Raisin Bran will be scrutinized for not having 2 scoops of raisins in every box. Wait, did they do that challenge already...?
     
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  8. stringertom

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    Mickey D's has to print a disclaimer in all their ads for the 1/4-pounder with cheese...weight is prior to cooking.
     
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  9. max

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    I"m taking a yard stick with me the next time I go to Subway.
     
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  10. ollinger

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    s-tom
    stated weights for meat at a restaurant are always pre-cooking. When I worked at McD as a kid somebody would occasionally bring back a burger because the meat patty was missing. We always would ask if they had looked under the pickle.
     
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