Bad Signs, Cont.

The “may” concerns me.

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8 Responses to Bad Signs, Cont.

  1. I would say that there is a good possibility of peanuts in there. But how to tell? I bet someone told them to put that on there to avoid being liable if someone was allergic to peanuts. Just seeing them wouldn’t be enough so better label them was the thinking. I wonder if that would work?

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  2. May contain peanuts, may not. It all depends on what you put into it.

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  3. E.A. Blair says:

    That label is perfectly appropriate. I don’t see Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Peppermint Patty, Franklin, Violet or Pig Pen anywhere in there. Maybe they’re hiding in the middle of the pile.

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  4. BigHank53 says:

    The jar right next to it has a sign that says “100% peanuts” but they cost twice as much.

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  5. CalicoJack says:

    Howdy y’all!

    It is a clear case of Schrodinger’s peanut. They might could be peanuts. They might could not be. You won’t know until you eat one and go into anaphylactic shock. Most people just don’t get modern quantum mechanics. Most people still think of Euclidean quantum mechanics, but nobody’s doing that any more.


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  6. bluzdude says:

    Peanut Lotto! Maybe you get some peanut, maybe not. You can’t win ’til you play!

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  7. Robert W Mcneilly says:

    M&M peanut package said the same thing around 1980. Said I ” Sure hope so” It did.


  8. Little Davey says:

    Total aside here. Exchanging just a few jovial remarks in the hall with my boss, he said,
    “What I’m worried about Dave is how much coffee you have in that (thermal) coffee cup”
    I looked at the cup, looked at him and replied,
    “No coffee”


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