Wednesday, September 02, 2009


I was quickly scanning through the grocery flier and thought "Wow, that's a really great price for seedless watermelon. It's too good to be true." Yes, I am cynical about all things, so even when I see fruit on sale I go back to check. Sure enough, it was seedED watermelon. Apparently we have to distinguish between the two now. Gone are the days of watermelon and seedless watermelon. At least it's not seedy.


LEstes65 said...

I was looking at houses online today for a friend. And found a typo that I wish was true. It was a house that should be listed for $270K (around here, that's a big house). It was listed for $2,700.00. HA!

Think they'll ever have a bin of Mystery Watermelon?

Barrie said...

I've been tricked by that seeded wording before! You are right to be suspicious. ;)

Alyssa Goodnight said...

What I want to know is WHO is buying those seedED watermelons? When you have a seedless watermelon available to you, why choose to make things more difficult??

Here the seedless variety is typically cheaper (which also makes very little sense to me).

Allie said...

Hahahah, seedy watermelon.