Very expensive grape tomatoes @ Ashley

and you felt a need to post  this why?


Geez a little Friday levity. Posted in the humor category.

Lighten up Francis. 


But I was looking for the humor....


1.99 per grape tomatoe.


A literal interpretation of the ad is that the grape tomatoes are $1.99 apiece, which would make for a pretty pricey package of grape tomatoes.

But, I lose by having to explain the joke. 

Carry on folks...  


Each tomato is hand picked from an organic farm in southern Italy, washed in spring water and patted dry by Benedictine nuns. 

They are certified vegan, gluten free and have 0% trans fats, and use no high fructose corn syrup. Worth every penny.


Good one for the back page of Consumer Reports.


$7.99 a pound for Meatloaf?? OUTRAGEOUS !!!


dano said:
$7.99 a pound for Meatloaf?? OUTRAGEOUS !!!

 Yes, I would do anything for love -- but I won't do that. 


mrincredible said:
1.99 per grape tomatoe.

 Dan Quayle redux.


drummerboy said:


mrincredible said:
1.99 per grape tomatoe.
 Dan Quayle redux.

 I was hoping someone would notice! 


I’m trying to work out the ‘Boar’s Head Turkey Breast’. 

Also, for me it’s strange to see fresh Norwegian salmon fillets; ours are usually Tasmanian.

cheese


It would have been a better Facebook post.


that's a pretty decent avocados number


ml1 said:
that's a pretty decent avocados number

 For making guaca-

(Wait for it)

MOLE.


mrincredible said:


ml1 said:
that's a pretty decent avocados number
 For making guaca-
(Wait for it)
MOLE.

  snake 


joanne said:
I’m trying to work out the ‘Boar’s Head Turkey Breast’. 
Also, for me it’s strange to see fresh Norwegian salmon fillets; ours are usually Tasmanian.
cheese

 Wondering why that turkey is $9.98 /lb and all other by-weight items are priced at the more conventional .99 handle, save one .49.

Is this some kind of secret sale or something?


Joanne Boar's Head is a brand name.  They do a lot of different meats.  Turkey, beef, ham, etc.  


Thanks, Norah - I figured it was either a brand or a location, but it just seemed a little weird with nothing else to go on cheese.  (Lot of similar brands here are named after locations named after early landowners so you can find very old pioneering family names connected to things they’d never approve)


mikescott said:
and you felt a need to post  this why?

 

tom said:
It would have been a better Facebook post.

Dayum! Talk about a tough crowd.


ridski said:


mikescott said:
and you felt a need to post  this why?
 
tom said:
It would have been a better Facebook post.
Dayum! Talk about a tough crowd.

If you're going to try to be funny here, you better bring it.




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