This Isn’t Totally Good News

February 5, 2010 / Posted by:

The highly-skilled engineers at Heinz have spent many years trying to redesign their 40-year-old ketchup packet to make it easier for hos who like to dip and drive. After trying out unsuccessful prototype after unsuccessful prototype, they finally walked into a McDonald’s to soothe their frustrations with a 6-piece Chicken McNugget. The light bulb went off when they glanced down at the sweet & sour dipping pack that has been around for millions of years.

The VP of Heinz said that the new Heinz pack will feature 3 times more ketchup and won’t take you 4 hours and 2 sets of teeth to open.

I need to point out two things. First of all, how in the name of government assistance am I supposed to fill my ketchup bottle at home with those things? Heinz is making it hard. Second of all, does this mean that ketchup bombing will slowly be replaced with horsey sauce bombing?

via Consumerist

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