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Old 06-01-09, 12:13 PM   #1
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Hold Here. Lift and Tear.

Do you follow the instruction on every single food item that is sealed in a bag of some sort? Who are these instructions for? Aliens from other planets? I have yet to follow instructions on how to open any wrapped food product. If it comes down to me not being able to open it and I need to consult these directions, I say F it, you're going in the trash. You're not worth me eating.


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Old 06-01-09, 12:14 PM   #2
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Old 06-01-09, 12:14 PM   #3
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Not really.
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pens, scissors and letter openers are extremely useful food opening tools while at work.
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No. If this food is that stubborn, they don't deserve the use of any utensil. Maybe a hammer. Just to smash it then throw it away.
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If I can't open it by hand, the microwave does an amazing job of opening it. Especially canned stuff.
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Do you follow the instruction on every single food item that is sealed in a bag of some sort? Who are these instructions for? Aliens from other planets? I have yet to follow instructions on how to open any wrapped food product. If it comes down to me not being able to open it and I need to consult these directions, I say F it, you're going in the trash. You're not worth me eating.


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No. If this food is that stubborn, they don't deserve the use of any utensil. Maybe a hammer. Just to smash it then throw it away.
ummm, having a bad day??
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do you follow the instruction on every single food item that is sealed in a bag of some sort? Who are these instructions for? Aliens from other planets? I have yet to follow instructions on how to open any wrapped food product. if it comes down to me not being able to open it and i need to consult these directions, i say f it, you're going in the trash. You're not worth me eating.


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okay, so wolfie, having a bad day too?
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meh...nothing that a good ride this afternoon won't solve.
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"grab with teeth and tug until bag opens"
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Or teeth fly out.
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that hard to get into, it's still going into the trash.
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Do you follow the instruction on every single food item that is sealed in a bag of some sort? Who are these instructions for? Aliens from other planets? I have yet to follow instructions on how to open any wrapped food product. If it comes down to me not being able to open it and I need to consult these directions, I say F it, you're going in the trash. You're not worth me eating.


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Old 06-01-09, 01:36 PM   #18
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beat me to it

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Never. My wife always does though and get mad at me.
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Old 06-01-09, 02:33 PM   #20
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Grab knife, cut open opposite end of the package.

Ain't no box gonna tell me how to open it.
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Old 06-01-09, 02:45 PM   #21
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Everything should be in squeeze tubes.
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What is this 'instruction' thing you speak of?
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What is this 'instruction' thing you speak of?
It's all those squiggles on packaging that people call "words". Mostly snooty people.
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