Sunday, December 7, 2008

Home-Maid Bread

This isn't the best picture to illustrate my point, but the only other picture I could find of this prodct had a fly inside the bag. It was so disgusting that it would probably turn you off from bread forever. So, someone please explain this to me: Grandma Sycamore's Home-Maid Bread. Did the maid bake the bread? Was it Grandma Sycamore's maid? How did she bake all that bread by herself? Did Grandma Sycamore bake it out of her homemaid? Does she use a lot of milk in the recipe, hense she is referring to a dairy maid, perhaps?

I'm the first one to appreciate a play on words, but I just really don't get the connection here. I tried looking up her website thinking maybe Grams had some kind of an explanation about why she mis-named her bread, but, surprise surprise, she didn't have one. Seems like Grams is kind of in the dark ages without a computer and also without a dictionary.

I'll admit to being a dunce if someone can please explain the name of this company to me.

7 comments:

Dan said...

I don't know what the attempted play on words is either. But I will say this: at least it's not ho-made bread.

Gary said...

You know what you should do with this? you should submit it in to Jay Leno's Headlines. It would be great.

mindy said...

I can only say I agree with Dan and Gary. ho-made...hehehe

Kristin and Steve said...

I too noticed just this week as I bought my whore-made bread that it had a stupid on purpose mis-spelling. Why do people do that?

Annie said...

i just don't know what to say! it's pretty funny though. i'm pretty sure we will be paying more attention to these kinds of things now.

Heather said...

who ares... its the best bread... yum-o

Heather said...

who CARES ... maybe i misspelled that on purpose....