Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Fruit....

Fruit goes stale. It's a known fact.
So does Fruit of the Loom go stale?
If not, then why do they come in "Resealable Bags"?

10 comments:

Debbie said...

Oh yeah.....they go bad around my house!!

TobyBo said...

Oh, my. That whole insight is just too deep for me this late at night.

Maybe we should stick with Hanes. That would avoid the whole fruit thing.

15 math lessons in one day?? Whew!!

Kathleen aka Coffee Mom said...

As someone who has spent the entire day in the blazing sun at the waterslides, I'd have to say you're thinking far too much!! Obviously they come in re-sealable bags so that you can just have one at a time and keep the remaining ones fresh. Like bread or something. Ok, I'm seriously tired!

Lisa said...

I have NO idea.

Now I'll be thinking about it all day. LOL

Monkey Giggles said...

Now that's funny!!

jewlsntexas said...

....and why do fruit loops that can spoil and get stale not come in resealable bags.....

Our Peculiar Life said...

LOL!

Tracy said...

hmmmm....good question.

Halfmoon Girl said...

That was funny! You may already know this, but I believe that they come in resealable bags so that shoppers don't rip them open to see what they are like, only to not purchase them in the end. I have been catching up after camping and enjoyed a few laughs here. I loved the hide and seek post- love to do that with my kids too. You worded your comments to Edward fabulously!

Monkey Giggles said...

I am passing on the "nice matters" award to you. If you have not gotten it you can play along if you would like.

Have a great weekend!
SMiles