Monday, January 17, 2005


On Saturday night (or was it Sunday morning?) I vaguely remember having a conversation with Paul about toast. Apparently, Emma used to eat toast upside down, with the butter or other topping at the bottom, and said it tasted better. This sounded like utter nonsense to everyone present.

After buying a new toaster on Sunday (to match our fancy new illuminating kettle), I decided to test out this theory. I made my toast, put Tesco brand fake Olivio on it and ate it upside down.

Findings: The toast surprisingly did taste better eaten this way. Not only was there more fake Olivio getting to my tongue, but the side of the toast on my tongue was softer and not as rough. Who would have thought it? I recommend you all try it at breakfast tomorrow.


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