[FHCx93] National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day

IT’S PEANUT BUTTER JELLY TIME NATIONAL PEANUT BUTTER AND JELLY DAY!

Last time we had PBJ was on Peanut Butter day. Frankly, there are few things that we associate more with peanut butter than the classic PBJ sandwich. There also aren’t that many sandwiches that get their own wikipedia page. It’s a glorious sandwich for kids and adults alike.

People disagree on how to make the sandwich. First, are we adhering strictly to Jelly, or does Jam also count? Second, what flavor jelly? Third, is the peanut butter crunchy or not? Fourth, triangles or rectangles? But the question people never seem to ask, and it’s actually the most important discernment between people’s PBJ ritual, is how the sandwich is assembled. You have your jelly and PB and bread out. What do you do first? The correct answer is:

  1. With one knife, spread jelly/jam on one bread slice.
  2. Wipe off knife on other bread slice.
  3. With same knife, spread PB on the other bread slice.
  4. Cut, if necessary.

For all of you monsters who spread peanut butter and then use the same knife in the jelly, shame on you. For all of you weirdos who can’t handle using the same knife for two different spreads, you’re wasting materials. Just… do it the right way, folks.

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Have a PBJ and treat yourself!

WEIGH IN DAY RESULTS! We haven’t kept up on these as horrible gastro problems have inflicted some strange fluctuations. But we’re back on the horse about posting our results today. In the upcoming weeks, we’re hoping that we’ll see regular losses again.

SP: Total lost: 85.6

AK: Total lost: 20.8

Tomorrow is National Chocolate Mousse Day.

-SPAK

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