Monday, March 29, 2010

looks like fudge, tastes like fudge...


I guess that dude in there is a brownie. Thanks, Jim.

4 comments:

Classic Steve said...

When I think of how "fudge" has been used not to mean literal fudge... ick.

toep said...

I smirk at their trickery to see rather than a full package, they have only one piece to make it look as if it is highly desireable.

Darcy said...

When a piece of fudge looks lonely, is it no longer fudge?

Kirsten said...

Maybe the item in the container is not intended to be eaten, but is a piece of artwork that the artist decided should be called "fudge."