So tonight I am folding laundry and the TV is on. Now, you know I don't watch much TV, but I love me some Nanny reruns. That Fran just cracks me up!
Anyway, a commercial came on for frozen lasagna.
I have bought the great big frozen lasagna at Sam's before. You know, the one in the red box. ;) I'll admit it. It's pretty yummy and it makes me feel like I just served a good meal to my family.
Until I saw this commercial, that is.
Perhaps it was my imagination (not!), but the narrator said something like *****'s Lasagna, made with real ingredients.
Has it come to this? Really?
I'm sure they did not mean to mislead the customer into thinking they meant "natural", as in occurring in nature, you know, naturally. Because that would misleading. Dishonest even. Right?
I am sure what they meant to point out was that the ingredients are real. As in, not like that other brand that makes their lasagna out of imaginary ingredients.
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