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Stealth Ingredient Information Panel.

Permanent Linkby surealworld on Sat Nov 10, 2012 10:45 pm

Stealth Ingredient Information Panel.

You ever find you self trying to find new way to stretch your money? So you can survive to your next paycheck? Well one day I notice that my food supplies was running low,and so was my cash flow. So I decided to stop off at the Bottom Dollar food story,to see what kind of meat I could buy at a bargain price,that would last me for a week. So what caught my eye were these Flanders hamburgers,that came with 12 burgers in a box at the price of $7.00.
So I bought them , and when I got home I fried a couple of them up. Well these patties did not taste like any hamburgers I have every had before. They were plan down right nasty! And this is a x-military man saying this,and I have been fed a lot of strange things in my time in the service that has been tried to be past off as food.
So I pick up the box and spent 15 minute trying to locate were the factory hid the ingredient information panel.
The ingredient panel read as follows: cow’s heart,soy beam,flower.
After reading the ingredients,it dawn on me. May be the answer to why these hamburgers taste so nasty is connected with all the milk carton that use to have missing children’s faces on them with the slogan , " Have you See me?"
I can answer “yes,” I have seen you . Your the unlisted ingredient in Flanders’ Hamburger.

Written by Stephen J. Vattimo Nov 10, 2012

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