Pock Pock is a culinary delight commonly known to the... common... as Ketchup. If you are a little bit fancy, you might call it Catsup, but only the truly refined refer to it as Pock Pock.
According to Wikipedia:
Ketchup is often used with french fries, hamburgers, sandwiches, macaroni and cheese, eggs, and grilled or fried meat.
Poor Wikipedia Writers.
Sad, little Simpletons.
As the world's foremost authority on Pock Pock consumption, Avery contends that Pock Pock is far from a mere condiment.
While meant to be used with any and everything, it can also be a main course in itself.
When used to it's full potential, Pock Pock is nothing short of magical.
With just a little of the red stuff, Toddler-Scorned foods metamorphose into acceptable fare.
"Sfelly" foods take on a delightfully pleasing aroma.
"Gwoss" foods become digestible.
Brown, uninteresting foods transform into bright and alluring cuisine.
Pock Pock drowned meat?
"I don't want it!"
Corn a la Pock Pock?
"Yummy to my tummy!"
Wait, I thought you liked strawberries...
One good thing + another good thing = 2 good things.
(How did 'ya like that fancy mathi-ness I threw in there?)
I can't be sure, but this video may have been our earliest documentation of Pock Pock love. Look how leeeetle she was. Oh goodness.
God bless America for creating the greatest condiment of all time.
And Great Brittan.
And the Heinz People.
I owe you BIG time.