Supera Storytime: Humpty Dumpty’s Guide to Janitorial Supplies

Posted on August 25, 2014
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“Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall,
Humpty Dumpty has a great fall,
all the King’s horses and all the King’s men
couldn’t put Humpty together again…”

As many times as this popular nursery rhyme has been told, there’s a small crack in Humpty’s narrative—what happened after he fell off the wall and shattered into pieces? Seriously, did they just leave all of the scraps there and let Mother Nature do her work? Because that doesn’t sound like a good (or sanitary) idea to us. Someone could slip and fall, other eggs would be devastated to see a fallen friend, and we’re not even going to get into how Humpty’s family felt. With a growing concern and curiosity, we met up with Mother Goose to get the deets. So pull up a seat and open your ears because it’s Supera Story Time!

After the realization that Humpty couldn’t be put back together, the town gathered around to mourn their loss and begin cleaning up the sidewalk. Other eggs came from near and far, simply because Humpty sat on that wall every morning to watch familiar faces pass by and get his daily dose of Vitamin D. His presence in the town was prevalent, and everyone knew who he was. This lead many believed it was foul play—that Humpty was pushed off the wall. Others argued that he was depressed and jumped off the wall on purpose. While the reason for his fall remains a mystery, we did find out the clean-up went smoothly thanks to some first-rate janitorial supplies.

Broken Humpty

Mother Goose explained it like this:

“…as the town gathered around they knew what they had to do,
after the tears dried they still couldn’t believe they lost a friend so true.
But every hard day must come to an end,
And that’s when Supera stepped in”

We stopped Momma G right there.  Supera?! Are you sure? She nodded her head in confirmation and continued with her story.

“The maintenance crew were stocked with mop heads, mop buckets, and mop handles,
Some people even thought his death was a scandal,
Pieces of egg shell were gathered for treasure,
While others stood by the family for good measure.

As the suds filled the ground,
Caution! Wet floor signs were placed all around,
In came in the trash cans on their convenient dollies,
The other eggs began to leave on the town trolley.

As the sun began to fade,
A telephone call was made,
“Thanks for calling FSW, this is Kara”
And all that she heard on the other end was
“Thank you so much for selling us Supera!”

Mother Goose

Mother Goose closed the “Top Secret Nursery Rhymes” book and asked us if we had any further questions. We did, of course! We asked her about her experience with Supera products, and she assured us that they were tough, reliable, and made life in Nursery Rhyme Land much happier. She also went on to say that the Quickship option made delivery of these products faster than the Three Blind Mice!


Illustrations by the talented Roman Martinez for FSW

Elizabeth Moore Elizabeth Moore (5 Posts)

Elizabeth is a Colorado transplant originally from Kentucky who works in FoodServiceWarehouse's merchandising department and chips in here at the blog as well! She's a lover of adventure and photography and also enjoys hiking, baking and sewing.

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