Not a Dime for Climate Research Until Science! Gives Us a Definitive Answer to This Question

Posted on April 14, 2014 9:00 pm


[Why is ketchup so hard to pour? – George Zaidan] (Viewer #178,896)

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5 Responses to “Not a Dime for Climate Research Until Science! Gives Us a Definitive Answer to This Question”

  1. Nathan says:

    My science says it doesn’t matter, buy a damned squeeze bottle and be done with it.

    #Freemarketforthewin

  2. Les says:

    My super-proprietary models indicate that, by the year 2100, ketchup will be 2 percent more difficult to get out of bottles. We must mustard our forces. It’s not too late to stop this catsup-tastrophe. We’ll be in a real pickle if we don’t get off our Heinz and do something. It mayo may not work, but we’d batter try, oil all die.

  3. Harvey says:

    @2 – Puntastic Bacon to Les!

  4. zzyzx says:

    It’s part of a plot by Teresa Heinz and her husband to try to take over the world.

  5. Professor Hale says:

    Yep. I didn’t even need to watch this since they are talking about rigid glass bottles. Squeeze bottle for the win.

    But even with glass bottles, there was never any good reason to have narrow necks on the bottles.

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