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Look what I found in my Campbell's Soup

From soup to nuts...and bolts?

The other day I heard this clank right out of my Campbell's soup can as I was pouring it into a bowl:


Of course I immediately posted on Facebook and everyone started telling me I would soon be a millionaire!

Wait, what?

How does a bolt in my soup translate to a windfall of money?

I didn't eat it.

I didn't chip my tooth on it.

I wasn't emotionally scarred.

Yet for some reason people assumed I would, what? Call and threaten Campbell's because, you know, nothing bad happenend but it could have?

That's not me.

I'm not on this Earth to drum up trouble.

I immediately called the number on the can and reported it. Within a few days I received a prepaid envelope (to send the bolt in for evaluation) as well as a collection of Campbell's coupons that cover above and beyond what I spent on the original can with the bolt in it.

Some of those coupons will go to people needier than me.

That makes me feel like a millionaire.

What's the strangest thing you've found in soup?


Reader Comments (1)

I'm glad I'm not the only one that just wants to let the company know there's a problem so they can try to keep it from happening again! I don't want to get rich on things like this...I just want to make the company aware.

I don't remember finding anything in soup, but I got a McRib sandwich one time with the seal off of a bottle of BBQ sauce in it.

January 2, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterMatt

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