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originally posted by: MarkOfTheV
a reply to: peck420
Whoa good call! Found this place that lets you determine what time of year it was harvested.
Syrup man. There has to syrup.
Alaska Birch Syrup
originally posted by: face23785
originally posted by: Ahabstar
Mrs. Butterworth’s first name Joy btw, was reimaged decades ago and currently uses the red apron as the logo rather than you reimaged face.
But for corn syrup maple syrup substitute, I always used Golden Griddle because is used to be real...long, long ago.
PepsiCo should rename Aunt Jemima "Mrs. Robinson" and put a scantily clad white MILF on the bottle.
The first ad could be "You wanted change."
ETA: Also need to find a way to subtly make clear that she's cis-gendered and straight. Might as well go all in.
ETAA: #, forgot, she has to have a MAGA hat.
originally posted by: butcherguy
At $300 a gallon, I won't be using any of that.
I used to love to chew sweet birch twigs in the woods though.
Didn't they go bankrupt after they changed their name and mascot?
In 1979, Sambo's had 1,117 outlets in 47 American states. Additional corporate level decisions made at the time also led to Sambo's corporate demise. Pressure to take Sambo's into a more normal, salaried manager compensation package was one issue. Their unique "Fraction of the Action" promotion – whereby managers were entitled to 20% of the profits from their stores, with employees allowed to bid for a percentage of the remaining profits – was an early company expansion plan, and the growth of the company outpaced its control.