adoran2
adoran2
When are we going to accept that mayonnaise in a squeezy bottle is a design failure?
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jean
jean

@adoran2 Never, because it's awesome.

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adoran2
adoran2

@jean Respectfully, I disagree. Things start off well, but even with 50% left it becomes an almighty faff, until it ends up in a bizarre and frustrating empty/not empty state.

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jean
jean

@adoran2 That sounds horrible! There will always be jars of it. For those who want the extra work of using a utensil. 😉

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JohnBrady
JohnBrady

@adoran2 I like the convenience to start with, dislike the struggle of getting it out of the container after it stops squirting. I've even cut plastic bottles in half with a knife to get at the residual mayo (of which there is a lot).

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JohnBrady
JohnBrady

@jean Squeeze bottle is only less work if you're content to leave a lot of mayo in the bottle.

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pimoore
pimoore

@adoran2 @jean Gotta side with Andrew on this one. 😉 Apart from shaking the bottle hard enough to give yourself a hernia, you’re never getting all that mayonnaise out.

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tinyroofnail
tinyroofnail

@JMaxB @jean Or, to spend the rest of eternity slowly "toothpasting" it out in infinitely divisible gobs 🤓

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adoran2
adoran2

@tinyroofnail With every forceful squeeze resulting in a paintball-like spatter close to, but not directly on, where you aimed it.

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gregmoore
gregmoore

@adoran2 Totally agree and I’ll raise you the “hippy answer” that an even bigger issue is it’s made out of plastic that never gets recycled. ✌🏻☮️🕊️

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JohnBrady
JohnBrady

@tinyroofnail A dispenser like a toothpaste tube would give you the squeezy convenience without forcing you to throw away half the mayo or go mad trying to get it out.

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adoran2
adoran2

@JMaxB I think you’re right! Somebody get Unilever on the phone.

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tinyroofnail
tinyroofnail

@adoran2 🤣🤣🤣

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jean
jean

@adoran2 @jmaxb Thesis - antithesis - synthesis FTW.

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