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    Packaging gone mad with pre-peeled bananas in plastic

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    And let me guess... the packaging is about three times harder to remove than the "original" packaging...

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    how much lazier will people get?
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    omg this is the best thing ever ahhahaha
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    They look so sad sitting there in their little plastic cases. Like a body builder in a mu-mu.

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    it takes me forever to peel a banana... er, wait, no it doesn't. wtf?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirlot View Post
    But, there's four bananas in one package. You'll have to eat all four at the same time!

    'Mommy, can I have a banana?"

    "Only if you eat all four, honey"

    pffff....

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    i wonder what they spray them with to keep them from turning black by the afternoon
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    yeah you are

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    Good god. What have they used to preserve the bananas to prevent them from spoiling?
    Anyone would think nature hadn't provided an easily removeable biodegradable package.


    That's worse than some "ready prepared jacket potatoes" I saw. They were just potatoes cut with a cross in them "ready to microwave" in a plastic tray with plastic wrap over them. (the wrap was to be thrown away so not essential to the process). Because preparing a potato to microwave is so time consuming I suppose.
    Last edited by Silky; 09-28-2012 at 05:05 PM.

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    Wow... just wow.

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