Tuna Creations were his go-to for work lunches, but when Tony accidentally bumped into the Nabisco display at the end of the isle, he could feel his paradigm shift. 70 calories in the Tuna Creation, and a full 230 calories in each Chocolate Candy Bar. Tony did a quick calculation. Each Candy Bar is the same as three Tuna Creation Lunches, and more - think of the savings! Well, was he a pragmatist or not? What was he paying for, if not calories? Tony wasn't sure where this focus on calorie-dense food would take him, but he was excited to find out.
Harold was unsure why they looked like this in the fall - mutations? A tough exterior for winter? He had brought one home the other night, and now he was embarrassed to sell them - they just didn't taste the same. At least now he new why most people gave up trying to eat them and carved faces in their watermelons instead.
There was no denying that Stella's puzzle parties were a success, in their heyday. But attendance had been slipping, and those who did come were less enthusiastic. She tried to make them more exciting my gluing puzzles together and sending them home as door prizes, but the winners were...well, very polite. That was it - too polite. Everyone was too polite. Polite gratitude is not people having the time of their lives. Stella needed to find something else to liven up the party.
Jon has always suspected that dental products were a complete rip-off. The worst offender: teeth whitening strips. What were toothbrushes supposed to do, if not whiten your teeth? Ease of use had caused Jon to consider switching to teeth whitening strips, but the price had immediately put him off. Those smug dental companies were apparently operating under the assumption that Jon was made entirely of money. Cheaper to use toothbrushes - whitening strips would never be Jon's thing...unless he found a cheap alternative.