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This site exists for one sole reason. Some may say it's a waste of time and/or a poor attempt at stupid humor. That's fine. But way too many people are so miserable and I refuse to be one of them. These are things that I think about and I think are funny. These are things that make me laugh. I hope some of it makes you laugh too. Life is way too short to walk around being pissed off all the time. If you can’t laugh at some of the stupid and ridiculous stuff that exists in this world, what’s the point?! I hope the content of this site, which stems from the ridiculousness of the world we're in, can help in some small way to help take the edge off an otherwise stressful life. As a wise man once said,"We're not here for a long time, we're here for a good time!" I think that was Gandhi? Live, LAUGH, Love...And enjoy your daily dose of HeadGarbage. Come back often and tell your friends so that HG can grow big and strong!

Monday, December 13, 2010

Beware of "Spread"

The word "spread" should be a red flag in the grocery store.  I don't want to sound stuck up, but if you're mistakenly buying something that you think is something else and it is in fact "spread", you may be setting yourself up for some unpleasant stomach issues.  A good indication, in addition to the fact that the word "spread" should be clearly visible on the label, is that the label will also boast about the fact that the product really tastes like what it is mimicking.  For example.  Peanut spread is a substitute for peanut butter.  It may have something on the label like, "With Real Peanut Taste!"  Butter products are another popular one.  I'm not saying that one is better than the other.  To each his own, and if you enjoy processed "spread" as a substitute for the real thing, more power to you.  But a little piece of advice.  When you're at the store picking up your "spread", you may want to make a quick detour on your way to the register and visit the paper products aisle...

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