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August 24, 2015

IT IS NOW 'TOMATO SEASONING'

Heinz no longer qualifies as ketchup in Israel

(Thanks to Ralph)

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So we can no longer say we are Heinzing after we've been away for a while, if we are in Israel?

At least they have Miracle Whip and Kraft Macaroni & Cheese to fall back on.

What, Miracle Whip doesn't contain enough miracles now?

Upon hearing the news, John Kerry immediately hurled his reissued medals over the White House fence in protest of his likeness to Frankenstein and it being a stumbling block knocking important details over in negotiations with Iran. Like the Iranians inspecting themselves.

That's not Kosher.

ketchup/kvetchup - jes didn't cut the mustard, eh ?

So you should refrigerate it or not?

You mean "tomato season", right? Hunting tomatos is easier that hunting cats up...

Snork @ oneblankspace!

How many miracles are required now?

And will Mac sue Kraft for using his name without permission?

And Heinz Field no longer qualifies as a football stadium.

It doesn't even qualify as catsup

At least it doesn't need to be refrigerated.

By a pure coincidence But Light does not qualify as beer in Europe.

Reagan started this thirty years ago with his "ketchup is a vegetable" crap.

"Tomato seasoning"? Why would I want to use this stuff to season a tomato?

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