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(Some Guy)   Sweet, succulent corn mixed with crisp, plump green beens, butter-soft baby lima beans and just the hint of crunchy, mounth watering rat-jaw : There's a reason we call our vegetables "Great Value"   (slashfood.com ) divider line
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2009-12-22 08:26:28 AM  
sounds moist.
 
2009-12-22 08:26:51 AM  
Hopefully gorgor will have something to say about this .
 
2009-12-22 08:27:03 AM  
Mounth watering sounds gross enough.
 
2009-12-22 08:27:13 AM  
This happens all the time. Canned foods have weird stuff in them, get over it people.
 
2009-12-22 08:27:49 AM  
You know you're cynical when...
You automatically assume that it's staged by someone who wants to file a lawsuit.
 
2009-12-22 08:29:24 AM  
I was going to complain about the green "beens", but considering the source, I'm guessing that's the correct spelling.

/Also, the Malk is rich in Vitamin R
 
2009-12-22 08:30:56 AM  
www.cardinalfang.net

We use only the finest baby frogs, dew-picked and flown from Iraq, cleansed in the finest quality spring water, lightly killed, and then sealed in a succulent Swiss quintuple smooth treble cream milk chocolate envelope, and lovingly frosted with glucose...

/oblig
 
2009-12-22 08:31:34 AM  
Leonard told KLTV he plans to take the fragment to be analyzed, and he wonders where the rest of the rat wound up.

Well, since food like this is mass produced my guess is a lot of people got the rest of the rat.

/Extra protein ftw
 
2009-12-22 08:33:00 AM  

Billy Ligue: We use only the finest baby frogs, dew-picked and flown from Iraq, cleansed in the finest quality spring water, lightly killed, and then sealed in a succulent Swiss quintuple smooth treble cream milk chocolate envelope, and lovingly frosted with glucose...

/oblig


Don't you even take the bones out?
 
2009-12-22 08:34:20 AM  

vudukungfu: sounds moist.



That's one of the most disturbing words ever! moist. Akkk.
 
2009-12-22 08:35:14 AM  
i101.photobucket.com
 
2009-12-22 08:36:19 AM  
Suffering succotash!
 
2009-12-22 08:37:36 AM  
/TRying to hoLd BrEakFasT in... mmuupphppphhh...
 
2009-12-22 08:38:22 AM  

eKonk: Billy Ligue: We use only the finest baby frogs, dew-picked and flown from Iraq, cleansed in the finest quality spring water, lightly killed, and then sealed in a succulent Swiss quintuple smooth treble cream milk chocolate envelope, and lovingly frosted with glucose...

/oblig

Don't you even take the bones out?


Well, they wouldn't be crunchy then, would they?
 
2009-12-22 08:38:56 AM  
A company like Walmart that farks over it's workers on a constant basis would never do anything wrong.
 
2009-12-22 08:41:38 AM  
350,000,000 or so to feed in the US. Take it or leave it buddy, they can't catch everything.
 
2009-12-22 08:44:04 AM  

RY28: Hopefully gorgor will have something to say about this .


SSSSSSSSSSSSSSH! Don't say his name fool! I don't! Still recovering from last image-to-eyes rapeage....
 
2009-12-22 08:44:29 AM  
Great. Now EVERYBODY is going to want a rat jaw in their vegetables.
 
2009-12-22 08:45:30 AM  
i232.photobucket.com
 
2009-12-22 08:49:34 AM  

Billy Ligue: We use only the finest baby frogs, dew-picked and flown from Iraq, cleansed in the finest quality spring water, lightly killed, and then sealed in a succulent Swiss quintuple smooth treble cream milk chocolate envelope, and lovingly frosted with glucose...

/oblig


this
 
2009-12-22 08:50:28 AM  

Billy Ligue: We use only the finest baby frogs, dew-picked and flown from Iraq, cleansed in the finest quality spring water, lightly killed, and then sealed in a succulent Swiss quintuple smooth treble cream milk chocolate envelope, and lovingly frosted with glucose...


I'll have the lot
 
2009-12-22 08:51:08 AM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: eKonk: Billy Ligue: We use only the finest baby frogs, dew-picked and flown from Iraq, cleansed in the finest quality spring water, lightly killed, and then sealed in a succulent Swiss quintuple smooth treble cream milk chocolate envelope, and lovingly frosted with glucose...

/oblig

Don't you even take the bones out?

Well, they wouldn't be crunchy then, would they?


In any case, "Great Value" is an inadequate description of the sweetmeat. I shall have to ask you to accompany me down to the station.
 
2009-12-22 08:51:17 AM  
Call it what it is people: Protein and calcium.

/solent green is next
/eat the rich
 
2009-12-22 08:52:21 AM  

IdBeCrazyIf: Billy Ligue: We use only the finest baby frogs, dew-picked and flown from Iraq, cleansed in the finest quality spring water, lightly killed, and then sealed in a succulent Swiss quintuple smooth treble cream milk chocolate envelope, and lovingly frosted with glucose...

I'll have the lot


what's this other one called? Lark's Vomit?
 
2009-12-22 08:53:04 AM  
Another thing:

Walmart buys its canned goods from co-packers who also supply Kroger, Food Lion, etc... with the same exact canned food. They produce what are called "brights" or unlabeled cans and when a company orders them they just run a label on the amount ordered and ship it out.
 
2009-12-22 08:54:47 AM  

kicksmile: Another thing:

Walmart buys its canned goods from co-packers who also supply Kroger, Food Lion, etc... with the same exact canned food. They produce what are called "brights" or unlabeled cans and when a company orders them they just run a label on the amount ordered and ship it out.


Shhh. You'll annoy the brand-name fetishists.
 
2009-12-22 08:54:51 AM  
"I would like to see them more responsive to the customer," he said.

"I won't settle for anything less than a brazillion dollars," he meant.
 
2009-12-22 08:56:11 AM  
Wal-Mart dictates what price they will pay the vendors to stock their products in their store so it only makes sense that the vendors send Wal-Mart the bottom of the barrel.
 
2009-12-22 08:56:17 AM  
Extra seasoning.
 
2009-12-22 08:56:26 AM  
"She thought it was a big chunk of corn cob or something and the further I got into it the more I thought, 'Oh no, this is rat's jaw!'" Leonard told KLTV.

That was the second thing that occurred to him? "Could be corn cob . . . no, it's rat's jaw"? How would you recognize rat's jaw that readily? How would you even think of that?
 
2009-12-22 08:57:49 AM  
If they had read the ingredients, they would have seen that rat's jaw is listed. Right next to the monosodium glumate
 
2009-12-22 08:58:06 AM  
Does it bother anyone that this probably means that there is a bag out there somewhere with a rat's azzole in it?

/harder to spot and not nearly as crunchy
 
2009-12-22 08:59:48 AM  

Ella_Minnowpee: Does it bother anyone that this probably means that there is a bag out there somewhere with a rat's azzole in it?

/harder to spot and not nearly as crunchy


It made it into the bag of "Great Value" frozen calamari...so we're all screwed.
 
2009-12-22 09:01:02 AM  
hey, this IS a good value. Its like two meals in one!
 
2009-12-22 09:02:00 AM  

eKonk: I was going to complain about the green "beens", but considering the source, I'm guessing that's the correct spelling.

/Also, the Malk is rich in Vitamin R


Came here for the Simpsons reference, leaving satisfied
 
2009-12-22 09:06:44 AM  
I hate it when my mounth waters.
 
2009-12-22 09:10:10 AM  

Ella_Minnowpee: Does it bother anyone that this probably means that there is a bag out there somewhere with a rat's azzole in it?


Sure makes a helluva fondue.

/RIP George
 
2009-12-22 09:10:35 AM  
Hey, free rat jaw.
/Sugar, free donuts
 
2009-12-22 09:12:34 AM  
Who the fark cares. Assuming they cooked their vegetables then there is no problem.

Sheesh, if people only knew how much ground up insects and rodent parts they ate every single day.
 
2009-12-22 09:13:29 AM  

eKonk: I was going to complain about the green "beens", but considering the source, I'm guessing that's the correct spelling.

/Also, the Malk is rich in Vitamin R


Brockman: And so, as the rat's milk is returned to the sewers, the
circle of life is complete. Fat Tony, do you have any comments?

Fat Tony: I don't get it. Everyone loves rats, but they don't want to
drink the rats' milk?
 
2009-12-22 09:13:38 AM  
Beens make my mounth water.

Rat jaw? I could take it or leave it.
 
2009-12-22 09:14:52 AM  
Must be that time of the mounth.
 
2009-12-22 09:18:14 AM  
Sure knows his rat jaw, betcha he's had it before.
 
2009-12-22 09:20:50 AM  

pxlboy: what's this other one called? Lark's Vomit?


Ahhh you must be referring to the Rams Bladder.

We use only the finest, juicy chunks of fresh Cornish ram's bladder,emptied, steamed, flavored with sesame seeds, whipped into a fondue, and garnished with lark's vomit.
 
2009-12-22 09:20:51 AM  
www.bettycrocker.com

Ho Ho Ho, not a rat.
Just the remains of this poor little brat.


/butter it
 
2009-12-22 09:25:30 AM  
Once had lunch with a guy when he found half a grasshopper in his green beans. A whole one would have been bad, but half was worse. We immediately latched on to the possibility that he had eaten the other half.

Called him Grasshopper from that point on.
 
2009-12-22 09:28:11 AM  

EasyToForget: You know you're cynical when...
You automatically assume that it's staged by someone who wants to file a lawsuit.


What's the chance that your average wal-mart shopper can identify a rat jaw on spot, at least with that type of specificity?

\recently found the pelvic crown of a prairie vole (Microtus ochrogaster) in my Skabetti-Os.
 
2009-12-22 09:28:33 AM  
Guess I'm supposed to make an appearance in here.
 
2009-12-22 09:28:53 AM  
Mmm, Mmm! I do loves me some rat jowls! That's just extra seasoning. It's like that little cube of pork you get in the beans.
 
2009-12-22 09:29:48 AM  
he said the manufacturer's insurance company offered him $500

He's fishing for a payday
 
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