Monday 14 May 2012

Today's Review: End Pieces Of Loaves Of Bread

It is a problem that has long plagued mankind, but has generally gone unmentioned. After all, we can have loaves of bread whenever our hearts desire, several kinds, cut at any amount of thickness. But with every loaf comes the unavoidable end pieces.

Some people might like end pieces, but I'm sure there is not a living soul who would choose one over a regular middle piece. In my parents' household and mine they were always cast aside, often thrown away once the rest of the loaf was gone, except if there was an urgent desire for bread. They're bearable, sure, but one side is all crust, and it can be a little disheartening.

Why has no one thought of a solution yet? Are we so comfortable in our ways that we're ignoring the fact that given the invention of a new method we could make a whole other sandwich out of the space those end pieces are taking up? Perhaps a massive circular oven of some kind that can bake a ring of bread without compromising the traditional bread shape? CERN, I'm thinking of you. Stop trying to uncover the workings of the universe and use that LHC to bake some bread for mankind. Hell, I'd nominate you for the Nobel Peace Prize. Some kind of conflict in this world probably arises from a guy getting pissed that he had to make his sandwich mostly crust. End pieces suck.

My rating: 1/5

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