Knowledge is Power
  • Richter Shale
    August 11, 2009

    That’s when I reach for my waffle iron.

  • Adam
    September 15, 2009

    Now I want a waffle.

  • Ben
    November 15, 2009

    Now I want to go to bed so I can wake up and make waffles for breakfast.

  • Sordatos
    March 1, 2010

    I dont know abut the faces but i saw the documents about insect parts percentage, but its not like youre gonna find a roach leg, is more like in the form of powder and a very, very small percentage that it allowed, that doesnt mean that IT HAS to have insects part but rather something that it tolerated since it doesnt represent a health hazard and impossible to have 100% purity in the product. Besides insect are a great source of protein

  • Tangleflower
    April 9, 2010

    There are also insects purposefully ground up to form artificial flavors and colors.

  • Phatnes
    May 31, 2010

    Turkey was not accepted in the E.U., though they tried.

  • Svenn
    August 14, 2010

    @Phatnes :

    I think the talks are still ongoing?

    Although it’s not looking as likely as it was; perhaps that’s why we don’t actually see the sausage on the tray (the white thing’s gotta be an english muffin)

  • F Button
    September 9, 2010

    It wasn’t a joke! I wanted to BE that band! :(


  • Dante Wynter
    January 13, 2011

    And now, just three and a half short years later, we’re up to 7,140,000 jokes about Mission to Myanmar.

  • L
    July 19, 2011

    As far as insect part or waste tolerances go, they are often measured over large sample sizes, so if you are allowed 1 part per million, then in a 1,000 kg sample, you can have a maximum of one gram. Unfortunately, if you get that whole gram in your bag of grain, that’s probably a whole bug.

  • The other Jack
    September 27, 2011

    Doesn’t IHOP already have a UN Platter?

  • Johnny Austin
    February 2, 2019

    Aren’t waffles made of a cereal grain?

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