StoPPeRmobile: They really should get on why idiots insist on the god-awful smelling, microwave popcorn need, in the break room.
brantgoose: Communion wafers taste like ice-cream cones--the papery kind, not the waffle cones. We used to eat them like candy as kids (ice cream cones) that is. We loved their crunchy blandness. In Quebec, as I have noted before, they sell the grids of toasted bread that's cut out between the wafers as a snack food. One bit of bread becomes snack food, the next bit becomes the body of Christ. You can't explain that, Mr. O'Reilly! The tides, on the other hand, I can explain. It's just gravity.There are two tides a day. One on the near side of the Earth, below the Moon, and one on the opposite side. This is the one which puzzles many people, but scientists explain that it is the result of the Moon's gravity pulling on the Earth slightly stronger than on the Ocean on the far side of the Earth--the different is a slightly higher water level, but not as high as the tide on the Lunar side of the Earth. Neat, eh? Who knew? They often don't teach that detail in school.
Honest Bender: Anticipation is the greatest spice.
dittybopper: Food is tastier as part of a ritual, say scientistsObviously not Roman Catholic scientists. Communion wafers have to be about the most bland food-like object ever created. They are like eating foam, without the useful insulating properties.
Nuclear Monk: dittybopper: Food is tastier as part of a ritual, say scientistsObviously not Roman Catholic scientists. Communion wafers have to be about the most bland food-like object ever created. They are like eating foam, without the useful insulating properties.Ask for the chipotle ones tomorrow. Way better.
brantgoose: You can't keep butter in a common refrigerator.
eyeq360: brantgoose: You can't keep butter in a common refrigerator.The problem with butter getting a funny smell is the wrapper the parchment paper wrapper the butter comes in as it allows the butter to absorb the odors in the refrigerator. European style butter wrapped in foil does a much better job of keeping the butter from absorbing odors. However, they have Land O' Lakes butter that comes in a specially treated paper wrapper that behaves like a foil wrapper. The best way to keep butter fresh tasting is to store it in the freezer and only take it out when you are going to use it.
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