Packaging. Do you think people are more inclined to pay $0.43 for a cheese stick because there is a picture of a lumber jack on the package? And what do lumberjacks have to do with cheese? I thought cheese came from cows, not the forest. But I’m just a bored housewife living in high maintenance suburbia who notices these kinds of things, so what do I know?
I’m curious though, if you don’t live in suburbia, are they marketing packs of cheese with lumber jacks on them in your neck of the woods?
Chicken broth is on your list.
Do you pay full price or go for the discounted carton that’s missing it’s plastic do hickey?
All you wine drinkers out there… Wine in a can. Is this a new thing? How does it taste? My mother and Mrs. HB want to know.
Would you pay $1.00 for 5 pine cones? Seriously, because if you would, I think I might start selling them on Etsy or something. Has this been on Shark Tank yet? Maybe pine cones are a multi million dollar idea and nobody has tapped into it yet. Maybe I could get out of here sooner than anticipated. Hmmm.
Do you think there is anything wrong with walking into Costco around lunch time for the sole purpose of eating their samples? Curious minds want to know. Whenever I ask Mrs. HB these type of questions she just looks at me like I am crazy… for even wondering. What’s up with that? I can’t be the only one who thinks these things, right?
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