Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Rule #204: Try this!

When you're eating something that's really tasty, you want to share. That's human nature. It's like when you see something cool or interesting you can't wait to tell someone about it. However, when I hear a cool song on the radio I don't smash your ear into the speaker. So why, when eating something delicious, do you need to push it in my face to see if I want to try it? If you speak English, I will understand if you ask me if I would like to try some of your tasty treat. We don't need to gesture like neanderthals. I guess if I want to know if you want to go to the store with me, I should grab you by the hair, drag you outside, throw you in the car and stare at you with shrugged shoulders to see if you want to go with me.

In the new world, if you stick food in my face to see if I want some, Dr. Phillip Buttersworth III will jump in the way and lick your delicious treat.

Dr. Phillip Buttersworth 111

AND SO IT SHALL BE WRITTEN!

4 comments:

  1. Agree!!! The absolute worst is when newly married couples do that with their wedding cake! So ridiculous to start off married life by smashing handfuls of cake all over each others face and beautiful clothing.

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    1. Yeah. And they laugh about it that day. Wait till one of them tries that in a year. Someone will get a black eye.

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  2. How about only for those over 18? My neice is 16 and is such a picky eater that she had never tried a pickle before she was 12! If it wasn't for me sticking food in her mouth to try new things, she never would have experienced foods likr tacos or anijitos or lasagna or habanero peppers....

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    1. I must admit, it is funny to watch kids freak out when you trick them into eating hot peppers. But I agree. It's most annoying as adult to adult.

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