Saturday, September 12, 2009

The Marshmallow Undercover

tetra sodium pyrophosphate - a sodium salt of pyrophosphoric acid used as a builder in soaps and detergents.
See this definition? Tetra sodium pyrophosphlate. Well, this stuff is also in all the marshmallows that you roasted over a camp fire this summer! Can you believe that the same stuff that is in detergent is in marshmallows, your favourite snack? Why is this stuff in there, we asked a local dairy farmer.
"'Cause the cows ain't fford to give ye milk for hem." he tells us in his slang voice.
What do you think of this astonishing discovery, son? we ask a little boy.
"I am never ever going to eat another one of those ever! he exclaims," I don't want to soap! he cries running away with his mother close behind him.
The manufacturers of all the marshmallow companies in the world have been contacted, interviewed, and interrogated(which means tickled until they gave an answer). We try to find out who is responsible for making us eat soap and we have come to a conclusion. Aliens! We suspect hat they are taking over the planet and feeding everyone slowly with their mind washing gunk!
Further information will come soon on this subject.
This is Neko and Teko reporting from Marshmallow World where the aliens are apparently taking over.
P.S. Don't eat marshmallows! Especially the kind with stuff used in soaps and detergents!

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