Wonder What They Use to Stuff the Pillows

1361797970_1515_meatballsSwedish furniture giant Ikea was drawn into Europe’s widening food labeling scandal Monday as authorities said they had detected horse meat in frozen meatballs labeled as beef and pork and sold in 13 countries across the continent.  — philly.com

Reached for comment, an IKEA spokesman indignantly denied the report.  “In fact, our meatballs contain ZERO meat of ANY kind,” he told WTF News.  “It’s pure chemical, like our dairy creamer and faux-wood finishes.  Which taste about the same, actually.”

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5 Responses to Wonder What They Use to Stuff the Pillows

  1. syrbal says:

    LOL….years back, my kids loved getting meatballs at Ikea. But recently, as you say, I dont’ know what is in the meatballs, but it sure as hell isn’t meat. Kind of like Welsh Rabbit not being rabbit, but much less real cheesy!

  2. Ted End says:

    Sometimes I read this blog and I have no idea what planet y’all are living inside. Isn’t Ikea a small car made in Korea? Why are they selling meatballs?

  3. Living Will says:

    Wow .. the news just killed C. Everett Koop.

  4. Post Time says:

    Swedish Meatballs now 6-1 favorite to win next Kentucky Derby. Even money for Triple Crown.

  5. E.O. Hippus says:

    You don’t understand. IKEA invented the talking meatball. You take a bite and your sandwich says, “Hello — I’m Mister Ed.”

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