Yup. You know what I'm talking about. I like it. However you spell it. I like Heinz Ketchup. I would like to know wht fast food places like McDonald's, Wendy's, Chick-Fil-A, and Burger King don't serve ketchup in the same little cups that they use to serve the dipping sauces for chicken nuggets. WTF, fast food conglomorates? Your packets do not help me eat french fries or waffle fries. I usually have to make a mess on a napkin or tray paper to enjoy dipping my fries in sweet tomato and vinegar flavored heaven. Why should I have to do this? Get with the times! Stop using antiquated ketchup packet technology! It's 2006, damnit!
I want to dip my fried salty potato product without making a mess!
Yes, I realize we still need packets for use on burgers and chicken sandwiches and what-not... but why not design a new container that can be used to dip in... or used to squeeze the ketchup out? Imagine if you were the fast food giant to jump on that first... you could patent the product and dominate the ketchup distribution industry. Other restaurants would have to bow to you once it caught on, and pay you for the right to use this space-age individual serving size ketchup containment and distribution system!
Okay. I might seem a little extreme in my verbalization of the idea here. But, imagine the possibilities.
How I would love to dip fries in ketchup that I did now have to squeeze out of a tube on to a piece of paper. I mean, really? Are you supposed to sqeeze a drop out on to each fry individually, or what?
Wherever cheese is available for fries, it always comes in little dip-friendly containers. Can you imagine cheese in packets? The idea is just ridiculous you say? I agree! And, I submit to you the thought that ketchup in packets is just as ridiculous my friends. Inside your restaurants, you even serve it out of pumps into those little paper cups. What good do those cups do to a man on the go, or in the food court? No, good I say. No good indeed.
Think, my friends. Think of ketchup. Think of science. Think of dining peasure. Think... of the future!