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anyone ever had any of those multipack crisps where there's just two in the packet or a huge cluster of dust and potato?
it was rank.
Made me realise the chocolate on a kitkat isn't terribly good.
seems that theres a lot of mistakes made with kitkats
i remember growing up you'd often get them without any chocolate on the top or bottom
Does the KitKat factory attract a certain careless type of worker I wonder.
Never understood why people like them, ESPECIALLY the chunky ones. Grim.
but when you go to crack an egg into a pan and there's a semi-formed chicken foetus in there it's rank, and really disappointing if it's your lasnt egg
Is it common?
I'm quite the egg enthusiast though. Scale runs from blood in the albumen (bit rank) to being able to pick out the feet (totally rank)
Chances are you’ve never eaten a fertilized egg, because nearly all eggs sold commercially are produced by hens that have not mated.
She might then go on to say When fertilized eggs are sold for consumption, there is no danger of eating a developing embryo, says Cobey, for a few reasons: All eggs sold in the United States as food must be refrigerated, a process that halts any growth inside the shell. Also, the interior of any egg intended to be sold as food must be inspected—accomplished by shining a bright light through the shell (called candling)—which highlights any irregularities, such as a developing chick. These regulations hold true whether the eggs are intended for a large chain like Safeway or for the farmers’ market. Eggs with irregularities never make it to retail and are destroyed.
What is the red spot I can see in the yolk?
This is most likely to be what is called a ‘blood spot’, which comes from a ruptured blood vessel. It is relatively common and quite safe to eat.
What is the brown spot I can see in the yolk?
This is likely to be a ‘meat spot’, which is caused by tiny pieces of the reproductive systems being caught in the production of an egg. Meat spots are usually, but not always, brown. They are relatively common and quite safe to eat.
so I must be lying.
has never happened to me
and it will never happen because i'm never cracking an egg again
an all powerful benevolent god simply wouldn't.
where the wrapper hadn't been sealed around the bars properly, and instead you had three quarters of one bar and one quarter of another in each wrapper.
got a pure chocolate mint club bar?
Seems exciting until you have to eat it.
Where one pack has somehow been sealed against the outer wrapper and it's a bag of entirely stale crisps. :(
Kettle chips multipack that had opened inside the larger bag so everything was stale, got a free £10 voucher to spend on Kettle chips, WORRADAY THA' WERE!
don't get these so much these days do you?
would be a good name for a Lidl own version of Celebrations.
Get on it 'lonzino.
that were wizened and over flavoured hunks of dust.
She sent an email with a pic to the popcorn company, and they sent her an entire box (assorted flavours) to say sorry.
was it metcalfes? i've heard they're keen to send those boxes out. i buy them quite a bit, best get complaining.
'holding bag with a sad face' picture.
check out Hugh Hefner over here
but it allowed me to write a hilarious complaint letter. Needless to say everyone thought I was brilliant and witty and there are now songs dedicated to me and everyone named their babies after me.