Oreo isn’t the only item in the grocery store useful for both consumption and labelling. Many food items give us the opportunity to better describe humanity.
Lettuce Heads – They appear lush and vibrant on the outside, but on the inside are really very bitter.
People who fit this description: Most artists, writers, comedians.
Pineapples – Tough on the outside, yellow on the inside.
People who fit this description: Bullies of any ilk, be they schoolyard, fraternity or corporate.
Kiwis – Fuzzy on the outside, green on the inside.
People who fit this description: Liberal activists who appear like a sweet stuffed animal, full of love for the less fortunate, but really very envious of those who made more lucrative career choices.
Baloney Sandwich – White on the outside, pink on the inside.
People who fit this description: Communists…(those still exist, right, KCB?)
Tamale – Corny on the outside, warm and wonderful on the inside.
People who fit this description: Those who know enough about BSG and Earth 2 to be nerds, little enough about complimentary colors to present as 5s, but enough about the impersonality of strangers to be a true and genuine friend.
Bell Peppers – Lovely and vibrant on the outside, hollow on the inside.
People who fit this description: Male gym rats and beautiful women with daddy issues.
Milano – The Oreo’s opposite.
This is an inexhaustive list, so feel free to make suggestions. A little labelling goes a long way.
I like it! Though I’m not sure what category I would fit into.
You might want to disable WordPress’ “Possibly related posts” so I don’t have to, after reading your usual roundup of clever wordplays, learn about eating healthy on a budget from Babycenter.com.
I’m trying to enjoy my satire, Babycenter, and all you want to talk about is being “Supermarket Savvy”.
Chicken and waffles, please. Care to join me, OW?
I wonder how many New Zealanders will complain that you just hijacked their fruit, as they are often referred to as kiwi’s. Fortunately, I think you can argue that many kiwis are also kiwis.