sugoll (sugoll) wrote,

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These days, bags of rice always seem to be labelled, "resealable", or something similar. By which they mean there's a peel-on-peel-off label attached, that you can use to stick the opened end back down.

This is, of course, a total lie, since rice also always seems to come in the kind of plastic that does not rip or tear - it shreds. You try to open the top, but instead rips appear everywhere in the top two inches, and suddenly you're standing in a growing circle of grains, like a surprised bride. Trying to pour anything out of this jagged oriface is, naturally, doomed to failure.

Against this, the sticky label is pointless.

Why do they do this?

Because they're bastards, that's why.
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