Thursday, October 18, 2007

Comments re: Butter My Bread?

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Some of my favey bloggers don't understand why I butter my bread and don't eat it, so lemme splain.

  1. It's not torture. It's a routine I used to have every morning. I love the ritualistic aspect of it. By going through the motion, I can actually feel the texture of the hot buttery toast melting in my mouth and it gives me pleasure.

  2. I don't watch it consecutively for 30-minutes. I glance at it in passing while I'm getting ready or while I'm checking email or drinking coffee, or shmoozing on the phone. Knowing it's there brings me comfort.

  3. I've had too much change in the past 8 months. I need some semblance of continuity and for some bizarre reason, I find it in toast.

  4. I feel guilty because there are so many starving people in the world and to invest money and time into something that you aren't going to use is frivolous and inconsiderate. I know. It's just toast. Still. The guilt.
  5. It keeps me legal, I stick to my diet.

For all of those reasons, I make toast every morning.


Bubs said...

I think it's even cooler now that It's not torture or self-denial. I think it's really kinda sweet. And listen, toots, one slice of toast doesn't mean shit in terms of easing starvation anywhere else in the world. You enjoy that buttered toast.

Creepy said...

Yeah, dieting is one thing, masochism is another. You are one sick, twisted gal. Love you to pieces.

Beth said...

Bubs nailed it. Butter it. Watch it. Enjoy it. You need that in your life right now, cuteness.

Madam Z said...

Okay, sweetie. I'm convinced.
Toast on!!


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