Wednesday, April 08, 2009

There's certainly no false advertising here. (FIrst Thoughts)


I took Mr F and Mr Bunches grocery shopping last night to give Sweetie a night away from us all, and was sorely tempted to buy the product shown here, which I found in the "Weird Foods" aisle across from Ramen Noodles.

What are the black things in there, do you think?

Also, although it's very small, in the lower right corner is a disclaimer that the "pictrures" are "for reference only." So that you'll know how to set up your own Bubble & Pearl Drink" Party? Or to show the myriad of ways you can drink Bubble & Pearl Drink?

3 comments:

Jhon said...

I think this is chocolate chips. But most of the advertiser publish false advertising as a result of this customer does not get correct information about the product.

Jhon said...

I think this is chocolate chips. But most of the advertiser publish false advertising as a result of this customer does not get correct information about the product.

Jhon said...

I think this is chocolate chips. But most of the advertiser publish false advertising as a result of this customer does not get correct information about the product.