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Why can't a Jelly Belly have the same flavor inside? A thin layer of yummy wrapped around a disgusting glob of yuck is not good enough. Why does a Jelly Belly need to have a nasty, semi-flavorless center? How much would the price go up if the inside of a Jelly Belly had the same flavor as the outside?
Seems like it's getting harder to find a towel or washcloth that doesn't have a fancy, barren stripe because artsy-fartsy/pretentious/self-important designers have delusions that the public cares about their idiotic designs. I just want absorbent towels and sturdy washcloths that don't have useless, barren, sandpaper-like stripes taking up valuable space. Maybe towel and washcloth designers are formless, energy ball aliens from another dimension, so they don't understand how human skin works.
When searching for what these strips or stripes are called, search results will provide words such as dobby, Lurex, and embroidery. A sculpted towel can have little barren stripes all over the entire thing. Some hand towels and dish towels have huge appliqués on them, making the towels pretty, but useless.
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