Ring Around the Red Stained Tupperware
I have a Rubbermaid container, here at my office, that I use to heat up my lunch. I just realized today, that the label on it says, “STAIN SHEILD – Resists Staining” specifically “Resists Tomato Stains”. It even has a little shield on it as a symbol for the “STAIN SHEILD” quality.
Am I supposed to have problems with stained tupperware? I don’t know if I have any that aren’t stained. I just bought this one at Target several weeks ago when I forgot one from home. Is red-stained tupperware the new “Ring Around the Collar?”. Is it something we should abhor and fight against? Should I be embarassed that all of my gladware is red?
And what ever happened to “Ring Around the Collar” anyway? Don’t you remember when all laundry detergents dealt with getting rid of “Ring Around the Collar”? Do we not care about that anymore? I mean…I don’t think I’ve noticed it on any of MrZoots shirts, ever. Maybe ALL detergent today gets rid of it.
Or maybe we’re too busy stressing about our red-stained food storage containers to worry about the dirt on our collars.
We’re such a fickle set of consumers, arent we?