Your next treat: Indescribable deliciousness

GRIN# 391

Found on a conference table at a Triangle business.

Okay, so maybe practically everything in our great nation is made in China, but they have a thing or two to learn about packaging and marketing.

The tagline on this butter and salt candy (whatever that is!!): “I am sorry that I cannot tell the deliciousness of this in a single word.”

Well, you could try. Besides, we don’t want to hear about your work problems. A side note: If someone asks how you are here, we don’t really want to know.

And another thing: What is up with the freakin’ cow on the label? Livestock graphics aren’t like photos of good-looking people, which you can put on any product. This is not India. And, while we’re on the subject, candy is typically not salty or buttery. I think “sweet” is the word you’re looking for.

One more thing: Pick a language!!


2 Responses to “Your next treat: Indescribable deliciousness”

  1. I could not agree more! I mean what is it with the freakin’ cow on the label? Is that like supposed to make me feel better about eating what’s in the bag? Heck, they could have Smurfette in a bikini on it and my reaction would still be the same which is “EEEWWWW!!!”

    At first glance, I thought that in the interest of using less packaging, Lego had decided to put their toy sets in ugly yellow bags. And any packaged good manufactuer will tell you that the absolute last color you want to use in your packaging is ugly yellow.

    Is “deliciousness” even a word? 🙂

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