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April 29, 2009

A GIANT LEAP FOR MANKIND

The non-leaking tomato.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

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Lettuce rejoice!

They need to cross with a Jersey tomatoe for flavor.

“The arrival of the non-leaking tomato may well be heralded by sarnie fans as the best thing to hit the sandwich world since sliced bread."

Emma Pettitt really needs to get out more.

And, of course, Non-Leaking Tomatoes WBAGNFARB.

But I like soggy tomato and peanut butter sandwiches.

Tomato Depends?

"...will go on sale in the UK from tomorrow."

Leaky writing!

'Only 3% of the tomato leaks into a sandwich 12 hours after it's been made?'

How'd you like to be the poor schlep who had to perform that study? And on a related note, I'm sure our Congress funded the study with a $20 million grant!

Can't wait for these to be used to create slicable ketchup.

What's a sarnie?

Punkin -- Har!! or Kotex!

Judie a sarnie is either English slang for a sandwich or a carpet cleaning service in Saugus. Where ever that is. I googled it.

Attack of the Killer Non-Leaky Tomatoes!

Cindy - Saugus is a small suburb north of Los Angeles. Between me and Annie !

Yes it is. I spent a week there one day.

Can't wait for these to be used to create slicable ketchup.

Posted by: MartiniShark | April 29, 2009 at 10:17 AM

Does this count?

I'll gladly put a finger in any tomato what's leaking. I ain't puttin' a finger in no leaky dikes, though.

So if a "leaky" tomato makes a sandwich taste like "wet cardboard" what is left after a "non-leaky" tomato is used? Dry cardboard? These people have a serious lack of sandwich construction skills.

Wait. Who the heck wants a 12-hour-old sandwich?!?

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Not sure if it's really a non-leaking tomato.

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