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February 23, 2017

GET THAT NOBEL PRIZE READY

When incorporated into the bottle, it enables the ketchup or any other liquid to just slide out without leaving a trace.

(Thanks to John Gregg)

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So does this development solve the question of the best storage for catsup/ketchup being in the 'fridge or at room temperature?

Scientists delving into things man was not meant to know.

♫ Anti-adhesion ....

I'll save being impressed for when they invent a cure for the common cold.

"They have developed a coating that makes bottle interiors super slippery"
Someone found a way to liquify lawyers?

I am impressed and it is available on many brand name as well as generic ketchups.

And yes, there's a few jokes in there about scientists playing ketch-up. (IYWIMAITYD).

But,but....the Carly Simon "Anticipation" ads will become obsolete....

please use condiments responsibly

A great use for this product would be if they could make a spray coating that could be used on squirrel feeders.

In other news, the serving size for most salad dressings is now the entire contents of the bottle.

First 'designer vaginas' then 'vagina lipstick glue' now this...we are truly living in the golden age of science.

Is this like that stuff they put on Pringles that causes SAL (Spontaneous Anal Leakage)?

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