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Monday, September 04, 2006
Czech Chocolates and Useless Science
Some scientific experiments are so clearly unnecessary because their conclusions are so self-evident. Like seeing whether drinking bleach can damage someone's insides; whether an elephant stepping on a human can crush said human’s internal organs; or whether your goldfish will die if you pull it out of its tank and let it flop underneath the desk light, all the while wondering whether what you're doing is mean and if your 2nd grade teacher would scold you if she knew.
So here's another one: do you really need to try these Czech chocolates to know what they taste like?
Hypothesis: All crappy Eastern European chocolates taste the same, and are actually manufactured in Poland by the famous -KA people
Evidence: Just take a look at this box, all gilded and blue, making up what its contents lack in taste by going over the top in presentation.
Conclusion: All crappy Eastern European chocolates taste the same, and are actually manufactured in Poland by the famous -KA people
Btw, don't think I'm saying that cheap Eastern European chocolates are all bad. They taste pretty good with whisky and gin+tonics.
Categories: chocolate, Poland, Czech-Republic