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Re-reading the entire series of unfortunate events:
In The Bad Beginning, after Violet signs the paper with her left hand, and Snicker says there are lots of strange laws, he says “a certain island has a law that forbids anyone from removing its fruit.” Is that the island they go to in The End, and is that fruit the horseradish apples.
Lemony you genius.
so i was self-checking out at the grocery store and this comely stranger and I had been flirting a bit, and after they had finished checking out they went
" I DON’T HAVE FLOWERS TO GIVE YOU BUT I WISH I DID BUT HERE HAVE THIS."
AND THEY JUST GAVE ME A HEAD OF BROCCOLLI.
Guess who’s got a daaaaate
actually, why are store eggs so white? I have chickens at home, and back when they laid (lazy fuckers) there was a lot of variance. have they just bred them to be close to identical?
Chicken breeds that lay white eggs (like the Leghorn) tend to be smaller and eat less than commercial brown-egg breeds, making them more cost-effective to raise. Brown-egg chickens, though, have picked up a reputation for laying healthier and better-tasting eggs that justifies the higher price in the eyes of the consumer:
Bill Finch of the Mobile Register suggests that brown eggs may have tasted better at one time. He says, “For years, the chickens preferred by commercial growers happened to lay white eggs. A few smart cooks sought out brown eggs because most of the home-reared American flocks, which had access to flavor-enhancing weeds and bugs, happened to lay brown eggs. Commercial egg producers eventually got wise to this. They started raising chickens that laid brown eggs, and charged a premium for them at the store.
"But because the white AND brown grocery-store eggs are the result of the same bland commercial diet, their eggs taste exactly the same. Many people still apparently don’t realize they’ve been duped at their own game."