Thursday, December 20, 2007

more "meat"


Submitter Phillip writes, "Perhaps the real question is whether this was a simple example of bad grammar by the sign-maker, or an attempt at truth in advertising?"
I still have no desire to know what's in hot dogs, and will eat them with chili and cheese to disguise them further.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Haha, ew. As a vegan I have to say that this probably qualifies as truth in advertising. :P

Anonymous said...

i'm sure the surprising honesty isn't helping to move product much.

Jeff said...

mmmmmmmmmm... random animal parts... tasty.

As a proud meat-eater, I have to say this proves why you shouldn't buy your meat on discount.

David A. M. Wilensky said...

"Where's the beef?"

Danielle said...

given the new Sweeney Todd movie coming out, I'd be very careful of purchasing "meat"

The Autumn Dahlia said...

Oooooh meat is never a word you want to see in quotes. Bad, bad quotes....