Thursday, September 22, 2005

Who owns the peanut butter cup?

I noticed something else strange here in Canada. Resse does not own his peanut butter cups here.

Exhibit A: The U.S. Peanut Butter Cup packaging -

Exhibit B: The Canadian

Notice the lack of an apostrophe after Resse? What in Canadian law prohibits Resse from owning his beloved peanut butter cups? This is one of the strangest things i've ever seen. Now it is not as strange as Kraft Macaroni & Cheese being called Kraft Dinner here. That is strange, but every "South Park" watching American knows that. They also know that when you ride the subway in Toronto, you can pass the time looking for treasure (see Philip and Terrance - "Not without my Anus").

I'm off to go look for more differences. This reminds me of this really bad 1970's film I saw once were a spaceship is launched and it's going to the other side of the sun. But there's a problem and the ship's crew thinks they've gone back to Earth - but really, they're on the other side of the sun were there is a duplicat Earth - but everything is backwards. The writing, everything is backwards and the astronauts go mad. Or something like that, I really wasn't paying any attention.

1 comment:

Nicole said...

You may want to consider a hobby.