This morning’s column printed with lickable ink

As a special treat, this morning’s Dine 909 column — in both the San Bernardino Sun and the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin — was printed with lickable ink.

It’s soy-based, flavored with licorice, so if that’s not your favorite flavor or you are allergic to soy, don’t try it.

The ink is rather fragile, so don’t lick it until you’ve read the whole column, otherwise you might lick some of the ink off. Then you won’t be able to finish the column.

For more information on this revolutionary new process, follow the jump.

Happy April Fool’s Day from Dine 909!

You didn’t actually try licking the newspaper, did you?

Thanks to Vice President of Production John Wartinger and Assistant to the Publisher Nancy Kay for the prank.