Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Obama hates this idea!

Mad Men You Know!
Gee Mom! It's UPSY DOODLE!

She meant Upsy Doodle
Okay, this invention is self explanatory because ALL OF YOU have experienced the problem of getting the last gooey stuff out of jars.  Not only that, some foods like natural peanut butter have oil that rises
to the top.  Right?  And no matter how much you stir it you end up eating all the oil before even half the  peanut butter is gone and the rest is dry as a 5 day old dog turd.  Am I right? 

Well this idea, like penicillin, is so simple that it's a wonder nobody has discovered it until now.  Am I right?  With a lid at both ends you can just oopsy doodle
©™ it for easy access, or maintain proper balance of oils and emollients, and save hundreds of dollars a year in the process!

  I'm hoping all of you will help me create a buzz at GMA (Grocery Mfrs of Amer) meetings by asking store managers why they don't have stuff in the Upsy-Doodle©™ Jars?   Thank you.


Pawpaw said...

One might wonder how TRKF knows the moisture content of a 5 day old dog turd?

leelu said...

You need to talk to the food packagers, not the store managers.

(Love the pictorial captcha!)

Rodger the Real King of France said...

65 Year marketing career tells me that pressure, or even interest, from the chains is the hammer in this instance.

Anonymous said...

I am holding in my hand as I type this (I watch a lot of porn, so I know how to type one-handed) a jar of "100% Natural Peter Pan Peanut & Honey Spread", which says, prominently, on the label, "NO need to STIR"!

They (ConAgra Foods) lie like a fuckin' rug!

Moo-lin-yan Nabo-li-don

Kim du Toit said...

No spreads in our house last longer than a week, so the question is purely academic in our case. Even the Sam's Club-size jar of Jif (which doesn't separate, btw) seldom makes it past ten days.

But Rodge is correct; if the major chains (e.g. Wal-Mart, Kroger, Safeway) want it, the manufacturers will make it happen.

Rodger the Real King of France said...

The Oracle of Toit-ly has spoken. 'Nuff said.

leelu said...

I grovel before you guys' expertise.


JMcD said...

Upsy Doodle would have been a great business investment opportunity, but unfortunately, I put all of my disposable income into Slocum Pewters.

Anonymous said...

Just pour the peanut oil off the top of the Peter Pan Peanut Butter and fry your eggs in it.

DougM said...

Brought to you by the folks who inverted the labels on ketchup and mayo bottles to look like a clever new more-efficient dispensing package.
Looks like a good idea, but there'd be a large investment in new production machinery, so it'll be a you-first thing.
Also, it'll need a better name.

Anonymous said...

They now have a coating that keeps food from sticking to the inside of bottles.


Anonymous said...

Ya mean that kids will no longer be taught the rhyme, "Shake, shake the ketchup bottle
Little come, and then a lot'll!" ?

Ann Hedonia & Sam Paku

Rodger the Real King of France said...

Ha, never heard that version of how to - never mind.

drew458 said...

Golly gee whiz, is this stuff still an issue, here in the 21st Century when we have "life hacks" for everything? (we used to have "hints from Heloise" but no, now the same things are "hacks". Such moo-merde we live with.)

Put most of a table knife down the neck of a new bottle of ketchup. Wiggle it around to open up a hole. Take the knife out. Use ketchup. Ketchup will flow smoothly the entire life of the contents.

Real natural peanut butter always separates. And it sucks to stir because the oil is filled right to the top. But it only comes in a small jar. So keep one old empty medium size regular peanut butter jar. Open the new natural one, flip it over and place it on the medium jar, and let it drain into the empty bigger jar. They fit together perfectly, every brand. Once drained in, stir it up and put the PB in the fridge. It won't separate ever.

Rodger the Real King of France said...

Or, Demand Upsy DOODLE!

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