a story

kenneth Collins kpaulc at earthlink.net
Thu Nov 18 20:29:58 EST 1999


a useful observation:

storing one's tuna cans upside-down results in all the 'pasty' stuff
draining immediately when one squeezes out the packing water. delivers the
product in a more visually-appealing (and less-"slimey") way.

recomendation: canning companies should sell their products with labels
upside-down.

ken

[didn't want folks to think i'm without serious things to do :-)]





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