I recently bought this yogurt at the grocery store. It looks completely ordinary.
But look closely: notice anything different? Here's a hint:
The paper label was on the inside of the yogurt container, actually in the yogurt! Why???
Did I get a defective batch or is there some good reason for this?
It was a little annoying to have to extract the soggy liner from the yogurt container because it tore into pieces when I tried to pull it out. I guess if I had just eaten the yogurt with a spoon it would've been fine, but I was using it to make a smoothie for the kids. And so I needed to dump the little yogurts out of their containers into the blender, but the annoying labels kept falling in too and then tore into pieces as I fished them out with my fingers.
And so I ended up with this:
A soggy, annoying mess on my counter.
I don't think I'll be buying that yogurt again. Fortunately for me, there are at least 50,000 other kinds of delicious yogurt to choose from here (seriously, the yogurt aisle at the grocery store is incredible! But that's another post.).
But, really, why? So confused...