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OT: guess no women libbers know about this :OT

RRPRRP Posts: 23,310
edited November 2019 in Off Topic
I contacted Sara Lee corporation's customer service. I'm trying to find a retail source for a terrific carrot cake they make, but which isn't sold around here. I got the reply from them today. The name on the caller i.d.? Bimbo Bakeries USA. Then it was followed up with email...and there it was again complete with the ® bug!
 
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  • SpaightlabsSpaightlabs Posts: 2,358
    edited November 2019
    Bimbo is a Mexican company.  Bimbo doesn't mean in Mexico what it means here...in fact, in this case, it means nothing, it is said to be an amalgamation of the words bingo and bambi.

  • nolaeggheadnolaegghead Posts: 33,379
    Pringles here are particle board potato chips.  In Puerto Rico, I was told when I was eating them there, they mean "pricks".  Chevy Nova - "No Go" in Mexico. That said, I don't have any problems with any of that except the "No Go" part.
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  • SpaightlabsSpaightlabs Posts: 2,358
    edited November 2019
    Pringles here are particle board potato chips.  In Puerto Rico, I was told when I was eating them there, they mean "pricks".  
    Just to be the first one to say it...you are what you eat?   =)
  • RRP said:
    I contacted Sara Lee corporation's customer service. I'm trying to find a retail source for a terrific carrot cake they make, but which isn't sold around here. I got the reply from them today. The name on the caller i.d.? Bimbo Bakeries USA. Then it was followed up with email...and there it was again complete with the ® bug!
     
    This is deep, Ron.  Real deep. 
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  • nolaeggheadnolaegghead Posts: 33,379
    The name "Bimbo" was first coined in 1945 when the company switched from Super Pan S.A. A blend of the words "bingo" and "Bambi",[8] the name's innocent, childlike associations fit the image that the company wished to build. The English word "bimbo", with its negative connotations, has no cognate in Spanish.  Because of the English connotation and it's frequent discussion by "Boomers", it was a major contributing factor in the phrase "ok, Boomer".
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  • BattlebornBattleborn Posts: 1,667
    The name "Bimbo" was first coined in 1945 when the company switched from Super Pan S.A. A blend of the words "bingo" and "Bambi",[8] the name's innocent, childlike associations fit the image that the company wished to build. The English word "bimbo", with its negative connotations, has no cognate in Spanish.  Because of the English connotation and it's frequent discussion by "Boomers", it was a major contributing factor in the phrase "ok, Boomer".
    "ok, Boomer"...lol
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  • nolaeggheadnolaegghead Posts: 33,379
    Ron, could this be "the hunting of the snark"?
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  • Ron is this that women’s auxiliary hospital cake you’ve been chasing for ages?  The “kick butt” stuff?
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  • Mattman3969Mattman3969 Posts: 9,836
    edited November 2019
    They have a center here in Owensboro.  No idea if they have the carrot cake.  

    Google is your friend 

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  • ColtsFanColtsFan Posts: 4,485
    So, how do we get these carrot cakes?
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  • YukonRonYukonRon Posts: 15,883
    At work I use DBA.....at the end of my non-negotiables.

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  • SpaightlabsSpaightlabs Posts: 2,358
    They have a center here in Owensboro.  No idea if they have the carrot cake.  

    Google is your friend 
    I believe it is called The Google
  • SpaightlabsSpaightlabs Posts: 2,358
    smokingal said:
    I don't usual speak out on things like this, but the times are wearing on me.  I'm not a liberal, but as a woman, I can say that we have much more important issues on the docket to waste time contending with unfortunate company names.  I also hate carrot cake.  It's an irrational issue tied to childhood culinary trauma.  Don't ask.
    I'm sorry, but I have to ask.  Please do tell.
  • JohnEggGioJohnEggGio Posts: 1,116
    Funny, just yesterday, following lunch with our governor, Bimbo Bakery came up in conversation (not with the gov).  This fellow was of the belief that Bimbo is the largest privately owned baker in the US.  I had never heard of them before yesterday.
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  • RRPRRP Posts: 23,310
    Ron is this that women’s auxiliary hospital cake you’ve been chasing for ages?  The “kick butt” stuff?
    Yes! But I sure won't mention it here again!
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  • RRPRRP Posts: 23,310
    Guess I have to apologize to all genders and ages AGAIN.

    I thought what I found/heard today was funny. Too bad I didn't research my wonderment before posting here.
    Re-gasketing America one yard at a time.
  • RRP said:
    Guess I have to apologize to all genders and ages AGAIN.

    I thought what I found/heard today was funny. Too bad I didn't research my wonderment before posting here.
    RON WHAT YOU FOUND IS HILARIOUS!  HILARIOUS RON!!!
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  • "A generation of the unteachable is hanging upon us like a necklace of corpses." - George Orwell 

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  • smokingal said:
    I don't usual speak out on things like this, but the times are wearing on me.  I'm not a liberal, but as a woman, I can say that we have much more important issues on the docket to waste time contending with unfortunate company names.  I also hate carrot cake.  It's an irrational issue tied to childhood culinary trauma.  Don't ask.
    I was also traumatized as a kid growing up on a carrot farm.  To this day I can’t drop trou in the produce section without looking over my shoulder at least twice.
  • smokingalsmokingal Posts: 1,025
    RRP said:
    Guess I have to apologize to all genders and ages AGAIN.

    I thought what I found/heard today was funny. Too bad I didn't research my wonderment before posting here.
    It was funny.  I was being sarcastic in my response.  Although I do actually shun carrot cake.  Don't ask.
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  • smokingal said:
    smokingal said:
    I don't usual speak out on things like this, but the times are wearing on me.  I'm not a liberal, but as a woman, I can say that we have much more important issues on the docket to waste time contending with unfortunate company names.  I also hate carrot cake.  It's an irrational issue tied to childhood culinary trauma.  Don't ask.
    I was also traumatized as a kid growing up on a carrot farm.  To this day I can’t drop trou in the produce section without looking over my shoulder at least twice.
    And you keep your mouth closed in the pickle isle.  Got it.
    What?  Nobody makes cakes out of pickles.  That is disgusting.
  • Funny, just yesterday, following lunch with our governor, Bimbo Bakery came up in conversation (not with the gov).  This fellow was of the belief that Bimbo is the largest privately owned baker in the US.  I had never heard of them before yesterday.
    100% correct. Quite possibly the largest in the world. 
  • ToxarchToxarch Posts: 1,892
    You used to be able to find Bimbo bread in Texas. After Grupo Industrial Bimbo bought Texas based Mrs Bairds bread, you don't see Bimbo bread anymore. Btw, Grupo Industrial Bimbo is the largest baking company in the world. They also bought Wonder Bread. All their bread brands are made in Mexico. 
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  • Toxarch said:
    You used to be able to find Bimbo bread in Texas. After Grupo Industrial Bimbo bought Texas based Mrs Bairds bread, you don't see Bimbo bread anymore. Btw, Grupo Industrial Bimbo is the largest baking company in the world. They also bought Wonder Bread. All their bread brands are made in Mexico. 
    Umm, partially correct. Bimbo is the largest. Bimbo has bakeries in the US (Houston is closest to me in Louisiana). When IBC went belly up years ago, their brands were liquidated. Wonder is owned by Flowers Foods, purchased from the IBC bankruptcy 
  • YukonRon said:
    Glad we have that all sifted out.
    I see what you did there......
  • NDGNDG Posts: 1,991
    edited November 2019
    The name "Bimbo" was first coined in 1945 when the company switched from Super Pan S.A. A blend of the words "bingo" and "Bambi",[8] the name's innocent, childlike associations fit the image that the company wished to build. The English word "bimbo", with its negative connotations, has no cognate in Spanish.  Because of the English connotation and it's frequent discussion by "Boomers", it was a major contributing factor in the phrase "ok, Boomer".
    "ok, Boomer"...lol
    ok boomer  B)

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