Like "Trader Joe's Joe-Joe's."
This one has the additional delight of alliteration. It’s poetry, I tell you!
It could also be a reference to the Beatles’ song “Get Back.” Coincidence? Impossible.
Obviously, what we’re looking at here is concrete proof that Trader Joe — whoever he may be — is secretly a huge Beatles fan who’s obsessed with the song “Eleanor Rigby.” That’s the only explanation I am willing to consider.
OK, yes, for all you pedants out there, this basically boils down to some foods having five-syllable names. But come on. Play with me in this space.
Now, Sing it with me!
“5-cheese Greek spiral! It is a spiral, so cheesy and also so Greek…What do you think?”
(Slant rhymes count, OK?)
“Maple Leaf Cookies, with a good filling of maple, so creamy and smooth…”
Could I stop doing this? Maybe. I’m not really sure. I don’t want to find out because I’m having way too much fun singing about these foods.
This person gets it! Here's another Beatles reference: "Help!"
It doesn’t have to stop there.
Hey Jude, I Want to Hold Your Hand as we travel The Long and Winding Road Across the Universe to Trader Joe’s to buy some food. Also, I Am the Walrus.
Were you thinking that was the end of foods that sync up with “Eleanor Rigby”? Nope! Still not done…