Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Don't Say I Don't Do Anything for You

Alright, alright, I admit it, I did it for me, but I am SHARING it with you. I have this thing about technology. Utterly, completely fascinated by it. I was at Wally world today and I saw this on a shelf:

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Check this out!

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It comes in a SELF heating container! Can you imagine???
Come along with me while I explore this new gadget.

The top:
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The bottom:
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The directions:
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Turn the container upside down:

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Pull off the pop top, (actually bottom)
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Push the plastic button:

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The green liquid will drain in about ten seconds, then you can turn it right side up.

There is a pink spot on the container:
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When the pink spot turns white, it is hot:

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While it is hot, it isn't too hot and it was pretty salty, but not too bad. Here is Princess enjoying the first sip.

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It says Tomato Vegetable and it was! There was a green bean in there. Princess got it.

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elizasmom said...

Oooh — they sold chai lattes at our supermarket recently that operated on a similar technology. The chai was alright, but the technology was kinda cool. Eventually, though, my thrifty gene got the better of me, when I realized I am never in a situation where I can't just nuke whatever I want.

Yondalla said...

thank you for sharing. I would never have talked myself into buying it, but it was cool to watch you!

Sue said...

How bizarre!

Eliza said...

What? WHAT?! How, HOW did I not know of this? And of course you bought it. This is why I love you. Because I would've wanted to with every fibre of my being, but at the end of the day The Patriarch would find the can, and ask to see the receipt, and there would be a lot of what--WHAT--you spent HOW much on that thing? (Insert remark involving his balls, and his working of them right off so that I can buy a can of blankety-blanking self-heating soup, next time I want to heat up a cup of something call him over and he'll stick his blank in it for me, etc.). But Bald Man doesn't have that same, uh, questioning spirit, and thus, all our deepest questions answered. LOVE it.

K J and the kids said...

I'm glad she's getting her vegetables. She's going to need them with all of the "exercises" she's doing :)