it was fun trying to come up with various ways to misunderstand recipes, as opposed to the usual ways — which result in bad batches.
Once in college, we had a speaker come in for a presentation on communication. He had a volunteer come up on stage and stand behind a partition and talk him through making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, while he took everything she said literally. By the end, half the jelly was on the floor, the knife was still in the middle of the sandwich, and the peanut butter half was the wrong way up and stuck to the plate.
Is this a trial separation, or prelude to divorce?
@Djer, that’s actually a classic writing teaching technique. Have the class all write how to make a PB&J, and then have the teacher do each one. Love it. :)
@Crookedwolf, depends on your view of annulment?
My sister made cookies with baking soda instead of baking powder a salty result Dad made fun of her and did not let her fore get it until the day he picked up baking soda instead of baking powder. Revenge was sweet!
Ah yes, you have to keep those eggs separated, else they’ll start battering each other.
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