Try the patented Sack O’Sauce Wieners.
You can tell from the hero’s smile at the end that he’s related to Mr. Newlywed from that pork-based musical.
I guess someone had to be the first to put a sauce or condiment inside a pouch inside another container with the other ingredients. It’s so common these days.
probably the most normal food sold by klack.
An article about the Twitter account 70s Dinner Party. Yes, of course I follow it!
“Hey, Mr. Miller, why do all of your weiners taste of blood?”
“Stop asking or you’ll find out why.”
“Yes Mr. Miller!”
Yeah, and you can tell from the label on the can that it’s not even BOLD blood!
I really wish they’d stop saying “flavor-tight sack”.
One, why? Two, why are those servings not equal?
I suspect it’s fresh ground peanut butter from something like Whole Foods or Sprouts (not sure why it’s packaged that way.)
And hey, you can buy meat in various weights, why not peanut butter?
Courtesy of Dinosaur Dracula - McDonald’s would NEVER run a promotion like this nowadays!
At least it’s not bad of an idea as including shaving razors with breakfast.
Three, either those packages are humongous or they’re charging, like, $8/lb for peanut butter.
In which case, it BETTER be fresh hand-ground small-batch artisanal peanut butter.
The phrase “McFortune Cookie” is going to haunt my dreams.
And it was years before McDonald’s brought back the Szechwan dipping sauce!
I remember for the Olympics McDonalds did this dipping sauces from around the world promotion. I remember one of them being disgusting and another being the best McNugget sauce I’ve ever had.
Whenever the grocery store is out of Szechuan Sauce, and there’s a stocker nearby, I make a point of quoting Rick
One of the forgotten promotionals from The Mads’ baseball giveaway nights invention:
This same box, but instead of the chopsticks there’s a slingshot in each one.