Always read the fine print

Chocolate Box
A few weeks ago, we made these chocolate truffles for a party. Boxes and boxes and boxes of them were eaten, but it’s truly remarkable how few people stopped to read the fine print.

The Fine Print
So… do you read the fine print?

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7 thoughts on “Always read the fine print

  1. Somewhere or other I still have a tin left over that once contained EvilMadScience tea. As I recall, the ingredients list was similarly worrysome. 100% recycled leptons however – green tea can be quite refreshing.

    — Dave

    1. For a while, I was sitting pretty close to the location of the chocolates, and it was very easy to tell if someone looked at the fine print. Your point is valid, however: Those that did read the fine print ate them anyway!

      Windell H. Oskay

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