|pressed peanut sweepings - 2009-05-21 |
Are you presenting this as not a joke?
|glasseye - 2009-05-21 |
|kiint - 2009-05-21 |
for a minute there I thought it said Sushi Pooper, which really would be more appropriate (and EXTREME)
The makers actually made a typo when they originally designed the packaging that made it say "Sushi Pooper" in Japanese:
|jangbones - 2009-05-21 |
also, eight seconds of video used for a forty five second spot
|Architeuthis Tux - 2009-05-21 |
Other products I might suggest to these folk:
Snowballs! The easy-to-eat shaved ice treat. Share them with friends!
Dragon Riders! All day pain relief with a pleasant floral scent! Available in both liquid and tarry form.
Felchers! Like boba? Remember Pixie Stix? Now you can have both at once! With their unique flavor, it's a treat you won't soon forget. Comes in asparagus and 'nut' flavors.
Pork Fisties! Delicious sausage, just the right amount of spice and an antimicrobial carrying pouch. Are you big enough for Fisties?
Extreme Creampie! Everyone likes a fresh creampie, but ever tried to have one on the go? Now you can! Just squeeze it out of the tube. Your friends will want one too!
The Tasty Sanchez! Delectable milk chocolate that you lick off your lip!
Angel Dusters -- all the fun of angel food cake, now in powdered form! There's so many ways to serve it, you'll have a hard time remembering why you didn't try it before!
Flunitrazepam! For raping!
dude I wish I had more stars for you, a thousand just for Extreme Creampie...genius
|Jeriko-1 - 2009-05-21 |
Sushi has an absurdly low shelf life. Like zero? How the Hell can you just package it up in what looks like something meant to be produced in bulk for resale and stored?
Sushi made with fish has a very low shelf life. Sushi made with flavored wax, on the other hand....
California rolls use cured surimi / imitation crab meat. It holds up about as well in the refrigerator case as any other cooked fish. And from what I could tell, those were "veggie" sushi rolls, just cucumber and avocado. Sushi is just vinegar rice, sometimes its topped with raw fish (sashimi), but not always.
To be honest, I think this is a pretty clever way of turning sushi rolls into a one-handed street food.
The rice gets all nasty after a very short period of time though.
Grocery store sushi is garbage.
This is a joke.
It is impossible to make edible sushi like this. It's hard enough to make quality sushi that holds up for an hour, let alone magic self-perpetuating cold-fusion sushi that sits on Wal Mart shelves for a month and is anything but fetid (yes, probably waxen) dogshit.
On the other hand, there is a website that doesn't name a distributor, or a developing company, and claims 'patent pending'. So I don't know what to believe!
|Meerkat - 2009-05-21 |
Green Rocket! Green Rocket!
|Robert DeNegro - 2009-05-21 |
The only thing worse an idea than sushi packaged as a snack-on-the-go is when that packaging is a toilet tissue tube. I can't wait till these hit the 99 cent stores!
|Timothy A. Bear - 2009-05-21 |
MORE puking with skateboarding, why not?
|Hooker - 2009-05-21 |
This IS a joke, right?
|Lauritz Melchior - 2009-05-21 |
Why can't things be simpler?
|cognitivedissonance - 2009-05-21 |
One group of POETV regulars (85%): "HA HA HA THAT'S A GREAT JOKE"
The other group of POETV regulars (15%): "THERE'S ABSOLUTELY NO WAY THAT COULD EVER POSSIBLY BE GOOD ALL HAIL GLORIOUS NIPPON RESPECT THE EMPEROR AND EXPEL THE FOREIGN BARBARIANS."
I like Japan. I'm just not fucking it like Caminante Nocturno.
What about me, I said both things.
Am I 100%? Do I win?
|a flaming monkey - 2009-05-22 |
|La Loco - 2009-05-22 |
This would be a great idea for eating sushi on the go. I see this more like good take-out food packaging than a store product. I like sushi rolls but they are hard to eat on the go. Also, sushi has as much to do with Japan as pizza does with Italy.
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