So, I bought one of those 100pc sauce packets at the wholesale store and came across what I'm pretty sure is going to fund my retirement and grandchildren's college experience.


I was told to measure the volume of both half packets vs. a full packet to see if I got screwed or a bonus, but I'm afraid of opening it. I don't want them to lose value, but I sort of want to know.

My biggest question with this is how this happens. I always assumed they were two halves of a packet that were fused together with the sauce pushed in the middle.

On the flip side, I've also heard that there's a giant tube of sauce that's cut into all of the individual sauce packets.

Maybe it's a printing issue, or a pressing issue. Who knows if these are common or not.

All I know is I'm probably about to be rich.

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