Before you read on, you're gonna need to know the tune to "Eleanor Rigby" by the Beatles, so here it is:
Got it? Good. Because there's been a very important, life-changing discovery...
Graphic designer and actor Daniel Spenser Levine noticed something about Trader Joe's products...namely, that you can sing the names of them to the tune of the aforementioned "Eleanor Rigby."
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Spenser Levine told BuzzFeed that he first noticed the phenomenon after hearing the song on the radio and matching it to celebrity names, like Allison Williams or Dylan McDermott.
He told BuzzFeed:
A little while back I heard the song on the radio and, instead of concentrating on what I was doing (driving a car over a gorge on two thin wooden planks), I started thinking about other names that could fit in place of Eleanor Rigby (Allison Williams, Dylan McDermott, Mackenzie Davis, etc.) and soon it devolved into any word/phrase that was five syllables... I got bored at Trader Joe's and remembered that the nation's deep thirst for content aligned with my desperate need for attention so I started taking pictures of all the five-syllable product names and people were into it.