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100 Percent Vegetable juice?
Friday. 2.15.08 4:57 pm
So after drinking a can of my superawesome spicy V8, I realized that the can says "100% vegetable juice", but there are ingredients other than vegetable juice in it, like ascorbic acid, salt, flavoring, and citric acid, but not in that order.
Reading "100% vegetable juice" makes me think that the contents of the can are 100% vegetable juice. Not 99% vegetable juice and 1% other stuff. This label is misleading.
Sure, it says "From concentrate with added ingredients", but then it's still not 100% vegetable juice. It's 100% vegetable juice with added ingredients", which is not what it seems they are trying to use as the selling point. They're trying to say that V8 is 100% vegetable juice.
Also, what is the deal with "flavoring"? What is it? I can't complain that it might exist in crazy quantities, because it's the next to last item on the list.
I think I'm going to have to email V8 and ask how it is that 100% vegetable juice is not 100% vegetable juice.
Wednesday. 2.27.08 8:15 pm
I'm not sure if I ever mentioned it here, I'm sure I have in my myriad "zomg weight loss commercial!" posts.
There is this stuff called slimquick, they have commercials with cartoon-people.
When it first came out, I realized that the woman's thighs did not appear to touch. This struck me as weird, here is this woman caricatured to be obese, but her thighs do not touch. How can you be "fat" but not have touching thighs? Yes, I know, you could carry your weight up high or something. But even "not fat" people normally have touching thighs. Wtf.
So several months later, tonight, I am watching telly, and this commercial that I have decided is weird, comes on again. What do I notice, other than her having massive collarbone pokeage. This strikes me as odd, as last I knew, super-prominent collarbones meant you were a walking toothpick.
Silly Slimquick and their commercials.
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