Thursday, May 28, 2009

mmmm butter-like flavoring


It's not buttered, not even buttery, but "butter-y". Sounds tasty. Thanks, Amy.

7 comments:

k-bro said...

"Butter-y" is code for "Trans-Fat-of-Unknown-Origin."

deckardcanine said...

Guess their pocket dictionary doesn't include "buttery."

Laura Dotson-Thomson said...

Guessing by the hyphen that the quotations are necessary in this instance...

Damiel said...

Butter?! Y??!!? 0_o

thespookycats said...

i worked at a movie theater for 5 years (5 years!)and we were constantly reminded by management that we absolutely HAD to call it "Buttery Topping" since it had NO actual butter in it. The awesome part? We were required to call it "Buttery" because the theater chain had actually BEEN SUED before for calling it Butter...Ridiculous!!! Hilarious!!

Michelle said...

Oh they just use leftover oil..

Melvin said...

Nice stuff....
thanks for sharing....

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