July 3, 2009 at 11:49 am | Posted in Compulsions, Humour | Leave a comment
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An aspie’s take on lunch!

In seeking to apply a natural methodology to creating a baguette, beware a minor snag.

With the baguette sliced open before you, you’ll naturally apply the butter (or margarine or cream cheese) first.

You’ll then apply the sliced cheese, in keeping with the dairy theme.

Next comes the tomato. Then the alfalfa. Then the pepper. If you use other ingredients, the primary sort is food group, followed by decreasing mass.

The snag is that, in focussing on the formation of two identically perfect halves, you double handle (to end up with more filling than you need when the halves are united).

To avoid this, confine yourself to the lower half as soon as you’ve coated the upper half. Separate the halves if necessary.

The inevitable thematic clash of condiment/s against coating is a small irritation that’s better borne than pondered.



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