May 26th, 2004


The Yogurt Report [c]

Ok, whatever freaking idiot decided that yogurt - soft, liquidy stuff - should have seeds in it needs to get their asses KICKED.

I like Colombo yogurt, and I deal with it even though their classic style is fruit on the bottom. But seeds in the blackberry yogurt? They've gone too far now.

Mark my words - they will rue the day. RUE THE DAY!!!

The Yogurt Report part deux

Hi, I'm a big fan of Colombo yogurt, as it's some of the better tasting yogurt on the market. That's a good thing.

What I don't understand, though, is why you leave the #$%^@#^@$%^ seeds in the yogurt. I just had a cup of "blackberry burst" yogurt and I was spitting seeds after every spoonful and picking seeds out of my teeth for a while afterwards. Bad enough I have to stir my own yogurt (I never understood the appeal of "fruit on the bottom"), but now I have to strain it, too?

Please, for the sake of patriotic, freedom-loving Americans everywhere, strain the stupid seeds out of your yogurt.

Nicholas Tang

P.S. I'm honestly curious about why you don't take the seeds out; did some focus-group of teethless people decide seeds weren't a problem in their yogurt?

That's what I sent into their corporate feedback thing. We'll see if they respond.