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(BBC)   Why does ketchup pour so slowly? Maybe it's rodent fur   ( bbc.co.uk) divider line
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2013-08-22 01:30:26 AM  
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2013-08-22 01:33:33 AM  
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2013-08-22 01:24:09 AM  
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2013-08-22 07:40:08 AM  
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Oldiron_79: Real ketchup should need to be spooned out of the jar.

here we go boys, hold on to your fedoras
2013-08-22 07:23:02 AM  
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Strongbeerrules: Worked at a poultry plant in the 90's.  Chicken weiners, baby food and pate came from ground up heads and intestinal tracts from the birds.

Bon Appetit.

Personally, I'm glad to find that out.  At least we know that we're utilizing the entire chicken.  Using the heads and entrails in foods means that for a given amount of chicken-based foods produced, fewer chickens need to be raised and slaughtered.  Not only does that result in fewer resources being used, it also results in lower prices for the consumer.
2013-08-22 04:51:51 AM  
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2013-08-22 04:17:46 AM  
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I was adding rodent hair to my condiments long before it was hip
2013-08-22 01:48:20 AM  
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Even worse...that's not rodent fur. It was this fur-back minimum wage worker, Pedro.

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