Say it ain't so, Cap'n.

Reasonable Consumer Would Know "Crunchberries" Are Not Real, Judge Rules
The plaintiff, Janine Sugawara, alleged that she had only recently learned to her dismay that said "berries" were in fact simply brightly-colored cereal balls, and that although the product did contain some strawberry fruit concentrate, it was not otherwise redeemed by fruit. She sued, on behalf of herself and all similarly situated consumers who also apparently believed that there are fields somewhere in our land thronged by crunchberry bushes.

7 Responses:

  1. I think she was smoking more than crunchberries to file that suit....

  2. editer says:

    The crunchberries taste like crunchberries.

  3. ekesobriquet says:

    Does this mean that grapes don't contain any nuts?

  4. boggyb says:

    Next someone will sue because spaghetti doesn't actually grow on trees...

  5. quercus says:

    Plaintiff did not explain why she could not reasonably have figured this out at any point during the four years she alleged she bought Cap'n Crunch with Crunchberries in reliance on defendant's fraud.

    Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me for four years running...