This Is Why KitKat Is Spelled With A "K"


I was showing my son Ian how the name "KitKat" utilizes the double "K" sound, when his older brother Alex reminded us that "Cat" is usually spelled with a "C" but in this instance the candy-makers spelled it with a "K" to ensure that you knew you weren't "eating a dead chocolate-covered hairless cat."

3 comments:

T.J. said...

But that's the secret ingredient!!!

Dave said...

i thought the secret ingredient was knuckle-hair.

eric said...

Dave, maybe you are just choking up to far on the KitKat, and maybe you need to try eating like a human.

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