Unless I missed some information in Condiments 101, what's the difference between regular ketchup and "fancy" ketchup? Last time I checked, the fancy variety wasn't exclusively for upper-class consumers. Perhaps the fancy has slipped through the cracks and those of us who patron common fast-food joints are getting a real treat with the this stuff and don't even know it. People often utter phrases like "Wow, that's a fancy 16x9 TV" or "Those are some fancy wheels you have." However, friends who come over for cookouts never seem to be particularly impressed that I stock fancy ketchup. I've even tried to get them to notice by holding the bottle at a higher level as speak to them, but to no avail. Perhaps they buy fancy ketchup, too. Proper serving is another issue. Perhaps fancy ketchup needs to be delicately spooned from a serving bowl. Otherwise, it may be considered vulgar to squirt it from a plastic bottle, no? Don't even speak of those ghastly purple and green versions! They might be fancy to your average Sponge Bob Square Pants enthusiasts, but not to discriminating condiment connoisseurs. Another thing I don't understand. If "fancy" is an adjective, how can you tickle it?