Wednesday, October 30, 2013
In your experience in life, does bread always fall on the buttered side?
YES. And it is freaking annoying.
I get that it’s a physics thing. Or something like that – I didn’t do very well in high school Physics. Actually I think I dropped it. Probably one of the smartest things I did in high school…
Anyway, the buttered side is heavier than the non-buttered side due to the addition of butter. So if the bread has enough time during its fall, the heavier side will end up facing the ground and you will end up with random hairs in your toast, you klutzy fool.
Moral of the story: if you’re going to drop your toast, try to only drop it from a small height so the stupid buttered side doesn’t have time to orient itself.