Sunday, November 15, 2009


I came across Grapples today at the supermarket, and I just had to buy them. They're part apple, part grape. Turns out they're just less crisp than apples with a mild grape flavor. They're not bad, but I'd much rather have an apple, like a Granny Smith. Who the heck was she anyway? Who cares? This guy. Just looked it up, and it's named after some lady who created them in Australia in the 1800's.

Even if Grapples are less than spectacular, I think the name Grapple kicks so much ass, that I have no regrets buying Grapples.

Just say it a few times. "Grapple, Grapple, Grapple."

The homepage has a link where you can become a fan of them on Facebook. Who the F would do that? This guy.

This (mostly) every day posting is causing an all time low in material . .


JerseySjov said...

i dont care what the website says, i prefer to pronounce it grapple, not grape-l

i think youre doing a great job posting every day! lord only knows what dreck i'd be putting out if i tried.

BeckEye said...

That's weird. I like both apples and grapes, but I don't want a hybrid of the two.

Dr. Kenneth Noisewater said...

Jov: Yeah, I like to say it like "wrastlin'!" And thanks for the props.

Beck: Yeah, you don't want it. Someone else pointed out to me that first bite tastes like a grape, and then it just tastes like an apple, kind of like a honey flavored beer.

Jenni said...

Grapple? Seriously? Why does the food industry always have to f*!# with Mother Nature?



Dr. Kenneth Noisewater said...

Jen: Consider mother nature fucked with!