Just Add De-Hydrated Water

  • Marthe Lépine

    This reminds me of a package of peanuts with a printed allergy warning that said this package “may contain traces of nuts”… (I am not joking, I did see it.)

  • Linebyline

    Hmm… Must be the price tag. Quick! Ask if there’s a limit per-customer!

  • Mark.

    I’m pretty sure that that’s fake. I will go to one of four local Publix stores today and have a look.

    • Katie in FL

      As a proud associate of said company, I have not seen this anywhere. Photoshop! or a good stamp artist.

      • Katie in FL

        but it is pretty funny.

  • Stu

    How does that coincide with your postwar commie conspiracy, huh? It’s incredibly obvious, isn’t it? A foreign substance is introduced into our precious bodily fluids without the knowledge of the individual, and certainly without any choice. That’s the way your hard core commie works.

    • Roki

      That’s why I only drink pure grain alcohol.

      • Stu

        Understandable response. Keeps you fit too.

        But what about distilled or rainwater?

      • chezami

        Purity of essence!

  • introvert_prof

    Simple! You see the same thing on “fat-free” cooking spray that lists just one ingredient: soybean oil.

    They define the serving size so small that it contains a non-reportable amount of fat (“1/4 second spray”); hence, their 100% soybean-oil cooking spray is “fat free.”

    To point out the obvious: look at the serving size. If it’s small enough, it will contain a non-reportable amount of sugar; hence, “sugar-free” sugar.

  • Kathleen Lundquist

    Puts me in mind of my favorite Steven Wright line: “I poured spot remover on my dog… now he’s gone.” :)

  • Mark S. (not for Shea)

    Or the other Steven Wright classic: “I bough some powdered water, but I don’t know what to add.”