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    A better ketchup bottle


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    Why the stuff doesn't just come in jars, I do not know.

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    Plastic squeeze bottle=problem solved...

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    they are talking about the squeeze bottles, and the last drop out of the bottom.

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    Thanks to the goddesses. It's about bloody time!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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    Quote Originally Posted by shankster View Post
    Plastic squeeze bottle=problem solved...
    I agree with this. I love those bottles that Japanese mayo comes in.

    With that said, I am not so sure this is a good idea at all. Having a lubricant coated bottle doesn't sound that appealing. Also, just wait until the kids start using these. 6-year-olds around the country are going to be emptying ketchup bottles by the dozens onto their plates.

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    Edit: Ok, I see they use plastic bottles lower down in the article. At least they have a controllable spout. Btw, I read somewhere several years back about patents in the US and they said that food product packaging accounts for the largest number of US patents. Other countries had the most for manufacturing, technology etc, but our strong point was figuring out how to deliver food into our face more effectively.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post

    With that said, I am not so sure this is a good idea at all. Having a lubricant coated bottle doesn't sound that appealing. Also, just wait until the kids start using these. 6-year-olds around the country are going to be emptying ketchup bottles by the dozens onto their plates.

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    After praising these bottles, my second thought was a kid covering his sister with ketchup. But...kids have to be trained.

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    Another alternative: don't eat ******* ketchup!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vertigo View Post
    Another alternative: don't eat ******* ketchup!!
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