Gummo Bergman's "Silent Strawberries" (marginaliana) wrote in metaquotes,
Gummo Bergman's "Silent Strawberries"

Xtremely Xtreme - I mean it!

greywords tells us all about a fascinating product he's come across (full post, QWP):

So there you are, eating your boring old lunch with its dull sandwich and chips and juice, when suddenly along comes X-TREME BREAD©®™ with its neon hair and anime ninja death 360º power-punch and a totally awex0m3 sidekick who leaps up in the air and utterly destroys your juicebox with a roundhouse fireball wakazashi spin-kick into a million little pieces. And then you're riding the tallest, gnarliest wave in a bodacious one-piece wetsuit of grody colors on the most tubular surfboard ever to cruise the excellent seas.

And that's what every lunch hour should be like. At least, if Entenmann's X-TREME®¶¥µ bread had anything to say about it.

Edit: Here's an interesting quote from that page:

"It’s also a good source of nine important vitamins and minerals including f

UPC: 7102561581"

So... one of the vitamins and minerals it includes is "f"? Is that vitamin f? Mineral f? The letter "f"? The "f" word? Is "f" part of the universal product code? What....?

Edit again: "Univeral product code" begs the question- do Alpha Centaurians have to avoid choosing numbers for their products which would conflict with our product numbers?
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