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Friday October 21, 2005
11:48 AM

fruit on the bottom

[ #27272 ]

The problem with fruit-on-the-bottom yogurt is that I never know how much fruit and yogurt to mix with each bite. A spoon doesn't scoop equal proportions correctly, and eating yogurt with a fork is a luncheon faux pas. I need one of those spackle-applicator tools or a margin trowel to get a consistent fruit/yogurt distribution.

Please pretend that I have some witty analogy to relate this to programming.

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  • I usually just stir the whole thing up, and often add some granola or crumble in an oatmeal cookie.
  • I thought everyone stirred the whole thing up. I've never heard anyone dip down to the bottom. Without stirring you are forced to eat plain yogurt with a little bit of fruit.

    Of course, why don't they make it that way in the first place? Mabye it's cheaper to package by filling into two stages.