13 March 2008

Democratic Majority ... tighten up.


Nancy, we need to talk. Not about anything you are doing really as Speaker of the House, but more about what you are doing to the Capitol Carry Out. Most of the food is better and the fact that the forks are made of recycled corn syrup warms my heart... but seriously... fruit on the bottom yogurt is disgusting. I understand that it's cage free, organic and probably made in a fair trade rain forest, but it has also ruined my morning because it is vile.
Bring back Dannon peach yogurt and tighten up.

8 comments:

Pete said...

Ummm... WTF? I love Stonyfield Farms. I mean its not deep fried tears of children or whatever you eat, but its not that bad.

Brenda Starr said...

Children's tears and baby seal screams make everything taste better.

Flagil_Reinhumps said...

Speaking as the authority on such matters for I am originally from Londonderry, NH, home of Stonyfield Farms Yogurt (no actual farm, rather just some giant milk tanks), never ever go on the yogurt tour. So it may have changed but I remember having to pay admission, watching a crappy video, walking down a corridor and then being dumped back in their store where you had to PAY AGAIN for yogurt. Those granola eating, pet shop boys listening, moonbeam steaming, marmite steaming, stink wheeling BASTARDS!

mandy said...

Whatever, Greg: I like the Pet Shop Boys (but it is uber lame you have to pay on the tour. I mean, for serious!).

Brenda, I'm gonna sound like an ass, so I'll apologize upfront. There's a reason Stonyfield Farm sells its yogurt with fruit on the bottom: fruit is more dense than yogurt. Dannon and any of those other guys sell fruit-suspended yogurt by adding a shitload of thickeners like pectin and xanthan gum to keep the fruit from sinking. Lame. Pass the Stonyfield, please. But actually, screw the fruity stuff: Stonyfield's vanilla whole milk yogurt is heaven on earth.

The Becca said...

Go to Sweet Greens and get real fro yo. It's delicious!

Pepper said...

What's yogurt? I get my fruit from poptarts.

lacochran said...

Grab a spoon and stir! Stonyfield rocks! Not to mention the acidopholis and bifidus or whatever those wacky active cultures are called. Yum!

Jordan said...

pepper, you have the bone density of a 74-year-old woman.