What the hell does this mean, my fellow inebriates?
Fresh part only?
OMG, what can that possibly mean? Is there a section of the store where you can buy the rancid part? The putrid part? Because maybe my parents should buy those parts and use the savings for alcohol. Which would kill whatever nasties are in the meat.
Oh, what the hell do I know? I don’t eat solid food. Except maybe these…
10 thoughts on “Bring on the rancid meat and boozicles”
Mojito popsicles? Are they ok for kids?
Absolutely. Makes for longer naps!
good idea! 😀
No way! The kids will have to find some other way to fight E. coli.
I’ve always wondered about the “Fresh Part Only”
No idea what it means, but it sounds like the better choice, so I go with that.
It was the first time I ever noticed it, but then again my parents don’t buy ground beef very often. there’s kind of a love/hate thing with meat in the house. If they could think of enough things to cook, they’d be vegetarians.
I asked the Canadian government and they sent me one of those automatic replies saying they’ll investigate…
ooh.. you’ll have to keep us posted with their reply, if you do receive one and hopefully you do!
Stick to the mojito pops. I think the “part” means it’s only part beef sirloin. No telling what the other part is.
My mum said maybe it means they freeze some of the meat, and this is the part that didn’t get frozen–so, fresh vs frozen as opposed to fresh vs rotting. She said I had a naturally sordid mind and so I’d automatically gravitated to the latter idea. I think she was just trying to rationalize the fact that she’d fed it to the kids.