Many Trader Joe’s products have five-syllable names, but to get more specific, you can sing most Trader Joe’s product names to the tune of “Eleanor Rigby” by The Beatles. Eleanor Rigby when sung sounds like Ele-a-nor Rig-by. Try singing the following Trader Joe’s products to the tune of “Eleanor Rigby,” because it’s super satisfying. Mini beef tacos. Super burrito. Pita bite crackers. Three seed beet crackers. Pesto and quinoa.
says Flrdsgns on Jan 11th 18 (#817538)
I regularly shop at Trader Joes and had never noticed this. Now I can't stop humming that song every time I shop there, just to try it out on their products.
says Flrdsgns on Jan 11th 18 (#2711391)
Yesterday was originally titled: "Scrambled Eggs".
says Gun on Jan 11th 18 (#2711397)
I sang it to the tune of... Who Are You?.
says DandyDon on Jan 11th 18 (#2711402)
says ZonkeyBalls on Jan 11th 18 (#2711424)
We don't have those over here, but we have a major chain, that has taken the name of a famous "upper class" shopping center in Helsinki and turned its name into a joke. Nobody has been prosecuted for the thing. That's because we're quite laid back here in North. In case you haven't noticed. ;o)
says ZonkeyBalls on Jan 11th 18 (#2711425)
The Butter Chicken with Basmati Rice in my microwave begs to differ
says DWF on Jan 11th 18 (#2711426)
I've tried that one, very good.
says Flrdsgns on Jan 11th 18 (#2711524)
I enjoy shopping at Trader Joe's! They have many unique products that other stores don't have and some of it is super good! I really like one of their clam dishes that goes some well with pasta or rice. But I'll try that the next time I go there just to see if you're right!
says Rooster on Jan 11th 18 (#2711466)
I was surprised when I saw the article, then tried it when I was shopping. It doesn't work on all the items I buy, but it does work on several of them.
says Flrdsgns on Jan 11th 18 (#2711525)
I'm going there tomorrow and going to test your theory!
says Rooster on Jan 11th 18 (#2711526)