Thursday, February 08, 2007

Another reason to wash your vegetables before you eat them

We all know that we are supposed to wash our fruits and vegetables before eating them. Besides hopefully ridding them of all types of little unseen nasties, you also cleanse them of leftover pesticides, fertilizers and just plain 'ole dirt. All good reasons, right?

Well, today I learned one more.

You should always wash your fruits and vegetables because it is possible that while they sat in the store, some hypothetical, random mother walked in with her two toddlers. And while that random mother turned her back to pick out a few good kiwis, one of those hypothetical toddlers may have maybe walked over to the bin of green beans and could have possibly started pulling them out and licking them end to end like a candy cane and then throwing them back in the bin willy nilly. And it's just possible that this went on for a good several seconds before that random mother realized what was happening, grabbed her toddler by the arm and quickly shuffled away.

I'm just sayin'. It could happen.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Diane said...

Ha!

3:43 PM  
Blogger Tavia said...

What a little stinker! I love it!

12:52 PM  
Blogger ryssee said...

just washed a pear

9:46 PM  

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