Whenever someone uses the phrase "sugar shock," Google is kind enough to alert me. But little did I think that I'd crack up upon hearing an article or post using the title of my book.
After casting a skeptical glance at just how smart NutriPals nutrition bars are -- 1 bar still has 12 grams or 3 tsp. of different kinds of sugar -- this anonymous blogger then shed a humorous look at some common labels.
For instance, Schnuckiputz (who I'll assume is a she) took a swipe at those processed-carb chips, Fritos. First she quotes the label: "You could be a winner! No purchase necessary. Details inside."
To that unclear label language, Schnuckiputz offers this aside: "[What is this] the shoplifter special?"
Schnuckiputz also has a cute comeback to this labeling description on sugar-filled, quickie-carb Marks &Spencer Bread Pudding, which states: “Product will be hot after heating.” The smart blogger writes "…and you thought????…"
And one of my favorites: The labeling, she explains, on some Swanson frozen dinners says “Serving suggestion: Defrost.” The blogger observes "but, it’s `just' a suggestion."