3 Jun 2008, Comments Off on Results of food technology experiment conducted today

Results of food technology experiment conducted today

Author: Helen

A bottle of Taylors Shiraz will probably remain intact while reversed over by a medium to large family station wagon.

The bag of oranges and the carton of milk, on the other hand, will be history.

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  • kate says:

    Excellent!

    More science tomorrow or back to regular programming?

  • dysthymiac says:

    This is how people run over their dogs cats and children.
    It’s easy-peasy.

    comiserations on the post-event marketing issues though

  • JahTeh says:

    Murphy’s law applied to priorities.

  • Helen says:

    I have crunched the data guys, and in fact 60% of the oranges will be squashed.

    If the wine bottle had gone, JT, that would have been Murphy’s. I think there is a commercial application for this. The label of my cheap plonk looked as if it had been in the cellar for centuries after the treatment. It reminds me of Flann O’Brien’s idea of taking the “buy books by the yard” idea one step further and use a tractor or backhoe to vigorously “read” the client’s books to make them look well loved.

  • Ariel says:

    tag! for ‘facts about me’ meme.

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