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Subtle Sabotage in Supermarkets – parents beware!

By poptop 29 November 2008 29

Woolies - Tuggeranong

If you ever wondered how shelf packers maintain their sanity, other than building barricades of cartons across the aisles?  Here is an example of an Evil Packing Genius’s cunning work, spotted at Woolies in Tuggeranong this morning.

How many sleep-deprived parents are now at home, stuffing their offspring with Chicken and Tuna Temptations?

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ant 10:12 am 06 Dec 08

I *do* hope that’s a troll!

go the creek 9:35 am 06 Dec 08

I’ve also wondered about the safety of baby food being sold in the same aisle / directly across from washing powders and detergents as they are in some major supermarkets.

Granny 11:17 pm 30 Nov 08

Now with a bonus feather in every packet ….

; )

ant 11:14 pm 30 Nov 08

Cat treats. As far as teh cats are concerned, Cat Treats are covered in feathers, or have scales and claws.

Granny 10:34 pm 30 Nov 08

Frankly, I swear by NEW Temptations(R) Cat Treats … just like a chicken and tuna milkshake only crunchy!

lobster 10:26 pm 30 Nov 08

I have been feeding my baby, Jessica, that stuff for weeks now.
She doesn’t like it. But she has grown some nice fure.
Her coat is so shiney and so silky smooth now too!

poptop 3:13 pm 30 Nov 08

Ant,

I’ll email the Steve Irwin kiddie ride photos to Johnboy.

He can decide whether to put them up or not. [Or circulate them to other appreciators of the ridiculous].

The photos don’t qualify as current affairs any more – I took them in May 2007 and I don’t think the ride is there any more.

SheepGroper 12:05 pm 30 Nov 08

imarty said :

Hell my young fella ate a few handfulls of compost straight out of our own heap at around 18 months and was never the worse for it. Probably made him better for it with all the intestinal flora and their relationship to allergies etc.

There you go, the next marketing opportunity, a completely natural and organic supplement for rugrats.

Mr Evil 11:08 am 30 Nov 08

Storm in a tea cup – or poo in a gelato bowl?

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