Re: "DO NOT COOK"?
When we looked at the box, we found out that you don't cook the pb&j
pastries at all. My wife felt foolish, but I think the wrappers should
have had a "DO NOT COOK" instruction on them, in anticipation of someone
making exactly the wrong assumption that my wife did. Whenever
possible, I try to anticipate things people might be gonna do that they
aren't supposed to and include the appropriate warning. Do you all
think it was called for in this case?
On the one hand, I agree with you that such a note is called for in this situation. On the other hand, I wonder what would possess anyone to buy such a product in the first place. I hope you small children you can blame this lack of judgment on ;-)
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"DO NOT COOK"?: From: Downing, David
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