False advertising

As it turns out Miracle Whip has nothing to do with actual miracles.

Slathering it all over an object on which you'd like the miracle to be performed doesn't work - at least that I know of. Nothing outstanding or supernatural happens.

I hereby move that we rename miracle whip something more appropriate.

How about, "mediocre sandwich spread?"

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7 comments:

  1. I'm up for the name change. Where do I sign?

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  2. Ha "mediocre sandwich spread" love it! I'm a mayonnaise kinda girl. The old mayonnaise vs. Miracle Whip debate is alive and well at my house!

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  3. How about we just settle this and stop making them both? I think it's best for everyone's interests.

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  4. I wonder why it's called miracle whip in the first place? Who came up with that name and why? I need to do reseach now.

    I love it though, all the way. I don't like mayo.

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  5. I thought I hated Mayo until recently. Turns out, mayo is amazing on sandwiches and in dips and stuff. We only had Miracle Whip in our house as a child and I HATED that.

    Too bad mayo is a disgusting consistency and grosses me out. Oh well, it's not like it's health food.

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  6. I also hate that this is called "salad dressing." Gross. As if.

    Give me Hellman's and let's call it a day.

    Or, better yet, give me some Horseradish Mustard and THEN call it a day.

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  7. HAHAHAAH! I love this!

    "Slathering it all over an object on which you'd like the miracle to be performed doesn't work"

    AWESOME!

    You crack me up

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