You have to see this first in context:
According to their website (www.reiki.org):
The word Reiki is made of two Japanese words – Rei which means “God’s Wisdom or the Higher Power” and Ki which is “life force energy”. So Reiki is actually “spiritually guided life force energy.”
Whereas, here “ReKi” is made up of two candy products – Reese’s and Kit-Kat bars. So ReKi is an an in-store, standup display of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and KitKat® bars.
I think the synergy and power cannot be ignored. One is healing and spiritual. The other is chocolate-y and delicious.
It’s just a little hard to read.
Considering the amount of detail, it’s very easy to lose this apparent honesty on the part of the MTA.
Marketing Madness in Trade Catalogs #17:
Big mistake putting metal on the cover of…CONSOLIDATED PLASTICS
Gummies again … this time in a health food store from Garden Of Life.
This makes me sad. Does health food have to be gummy too? Can’t we just eat regular food that isn’t gummy?
for another gummy-related link go see my take on Men’s VitaCrave Gummies for manly men.
Okay, Moleskine makes nice notebooks. But don’t try so hard to make them seem cool with some crap about Analog Clouds. I don’t want to buy them because they’re trying to be cool. That’s just not cool.
From Answers.com: the answer is wrong. And so is everything else on this page.
The question I posed “What is the point?” yielded “mount bear” …
…and a number of other related, uh, questions, answers, I dunno…words???
Sometimes you just wonder why they bother to write these things on a package. The cheapest food in the world doesn’t need sexy. But it wold look empty with just the oh-so-generic brand Pasta USA and the photo. So the designer just had to say something. That explains it.