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Saturday, May 9, 2009

Gummi Bears?



To gummi bear or not to gummi bear? That is the question.

I think not to. They have gelatin in them, and as I've recently found out, gelatin contains pig skin. I always knew there was some sort of animal fat in there, but ... well, pig skin? No gummi bears for me, thanks!

Oh, yea. And that's not the pic I took. It's taken from good ol' Wiki.

6 comments:

Stephanie said...

Very funny. " To Gummi Bear or not to Gummi Bear. That is the question." Very nice.

Gandhali said...

lol, thanks a lot! :D don't we all love our shakespeare?!

Stephanie said...

I love Shakespeare, but sometimes its hard to understand what he is saying.Like "lip your sword" What does "lip" mean? I think it means "draw" or something or other.

Gandhali said...

oh, i know what you mean. we did king lear at school last year. argh! mad kings and jealous daughters and wise fools ...

p.s.: double double toil and trouble is a line from macbeth, if i remember correctly. they made it into a song and used it for harry potter and the prisoner of azkaban, and it's played when they first go to school that year, just after harry's first dementor attack in the train!!

Stephanie said...

Are you talking about in the movie because I don't remember Macbeth in the book.

Gandhali said...

yep the movie of course .. it starts from "in the cauldron boil and bake .. fillet of a fenny snake"

they only have the sorting hat songs in the books. oh and the hogwarts school song, which is strange.