I was at my Aunt's house last night and happened to see a package of "Crispy Fruit." Intrigued, I snagged three small packets (two peach and one pineapple, which will become important later).
They were soooooooo amazing!
I'm a big dried fruit fan, but these tasted NOTHING like dried fruit. Freeze-dried, they truly were "crispy" and held a sweet almost fizzy taste on the surface, sort of like eating a fruit cracker coated by pop rocks. I simply cannot recommend them highly enough.
I found out the parent company is Crispy Green, which has this website. (You can also see where they sell them near you if you're interested.)
Okay, now to the Math.
The packages all look the same from a distance. When I sat down on my bed to watch TV I dropped one package, and I wasn't sure which one. I could see one peach, so that didn't help me. As I wrote earlier, I had one pineapple and two peach, which meant the odds of the package on the floor being pineapple was.... one in three.
Okay. I tried the peach. Of course I loved it and couldn't wait to eat more. I still didn't know which one had fallen. So, here's the question. What were the odds that the pineapple package WAS NOT the one that fell to the floor, and was still on the bed with me.
That's right. There was a two in three chance that the package with me was the pineapple.
You may now furrow your brown in a vain attempt to understand the situation.