Friday, August 25, 2006

'All' has been redefined

I guess the fact that the 'All Butter' twists had Cheese in them was a bit of a give-away but even so a look at the ingredient list shows that 'All' now equals 29%.

[At an M&S store near you]

P.S. They are very scrummy

Sunday, August 20, 2006

Stating the obvious, but not clear for all to see - 2

Sighted visitors can see that these interpretation boards are written in braille, the blind visitors cannot see the word "Braille" on the post, so what is the point of putting it there?

[National Botanical Gardens of Wales]

Stating the obvious, but not clear for all to see

In case its is hard to decipher, the sign reads. "New sign required"

[Goodnestone, Kent UK]

"Caught" in the act

Unless, of course, the sign on the other side of the pole says, "Reading of signs prohibited"

[Kennet & Avon Canal, 20 August 2006]

Sunday, August 06, 2006

Startling revelations from the Dairy industry

Although, come to think of it, isn't milk the one thing that butter doesn't contain? My understanding of the butter production process is that the cream is skimmed off and separated from the milk and the cream is churned into butter while the milk is used for other purposes.

[On a restaurant butter pat somewhere near you]