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#16 - tangiers (07/25/2013) [-]
mfw waiting for it to strike
mfw waiting for it to strike
User avatar #39 to #16 - Carlospiceyweiner (07/25/2013) [-]
because! they spared no expense!
User avatar #33 to #16 - snowshark (07/25/2013) [-]
I've always found that clip to be weird. Not her, but the freaking jelly. Who has jelly that colour and shape? Seriously? When I have green Jelly it's like coloured but that just looks disgusting.

And back to the shape, was that supposed to have been cut? It's got so many squared off edges. So who cut it? Her? What kind of kid cuts their Jelly? If not her, then the staff? Why did the staff cut the jelly? Did they think cuboid jelly was more applicable to the situation than just making a big lump of jelly in a mould?

It probably bothers me more than it should but... the Jelly is clearly in the foreground here. It's clearly meant to be part of what you are focussing on... so why is it so un-jelly-like?!
User avatar #40 to #33 - tangiers (07/25/2013) [-]
That's because yo cheap ass only buys Jello brand. Like they said, they spared no expense. That's probably some expensive ass shit right there. Their workers probably got paid in that, and were thankful.
User avatar #43 to #40 - snowshark (07/25/2013) [-]
Seriously? In my country that shit seriously wouldn't fly. It looks way too... I dunno. There's just no food in my country that I have ever seen that is that colour. Not even the packaging is that colour. Weird, huh?
User avatar #36 to #33 - hisnameisjake (07/25/2013) [-]
green jell-o is fairly common....
User avatar #42 to #36 - snowshark (07/25/2013) [-]
Seriously? In my country that shit seriously wouldn't fly. It looks way too... I dunno. There's just no food in my country that I have ever seen that is that colour. Not even the packaging is that colour. Weird, huh?
User avatar #57 to #42 - hisnameisjake (07/25/2013) [-]
maybe its just a U.S. thing
User avatar #59 to #57 - snowshark (07/25/2013) [-]
Probably, hence why you say Jello (which personally I find to be tacky. In the UK we don't usually add the term 'o' to the end of anything because it makes it seem forced and marketed) and we say Jelly.

They're only a single phonetic component apart but in tone it makes all the difference.
User avatar #60 to #59 - hisnameisjake (07/25/2013) [-]
im pretty sure jell-o is just the brand
User avatar #64 to #60 - snowshark (07/25/2013) [-]
And Hoover was a brand of vacuum cleaner, but now everyone (at least in the UK calls them hoovers because the word became synonymous with the object).

The same with band-aids. In the US, Band Aid was a brand of quick-fix first aid adhesive bandages but in the US now Band Aid is the name for all of those things. In the UK we call them plasters because of the brand Elastoplast which was the UK equivalent (fun fact, they were invented in the UK).

The same is true of Jell-O (at least in the US). If you saw a block of gelatine that looked like it had been melted into hot water, mixed into a solute, left in the fridge to harden into a malleable, edible substance that wobbles and makes icky fart-like noises when you scoop it out, wether it was made by the brand Jell-O, you'd likely still call it Jell-O, no?
#35 to #33 - snowshark (07/25/2013) [-]
*Lime Coloured.

Seriously... the fuck, Jurassic Park?
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