The Decisive Answer for the Cut Sandwich Debate
I stack the lettuce centered on the meat and top the masterpiece with a lid. It is a lid of mayo-spread bread and Shazam I have a sandwich to please the gods, or children who run our house. But wait. The creation is not complete, I can feel many of you waiting for that last action to make this sandwich edible.
It must be cut.
Some of you jumped to your feet in protest. The uncut sandwich tribe has officially been offended.
Now I have a solid, proven, true reason why I have settled the ongoing debate of cut direction, I cut it in half... diagonally.
I have already offended the no cuts, and now the rectangular cut camp just threw their hands in the air. So why do I abandon the straight cuts and side with the diagonal? Well, it's not for the following reason though incredibly thought out:
Because when you take bites from each of the 2 triangles, you are able to chomp on a good mixture of the bread crust and the sandwich filling. Otherwise when uncut, initial bites are lot of crust, and then when you reach the center, too much of the filling in your mouth.
It is because of the gods of the home, my picky eater child has decided he will eat his sandwich if it is cut on the angle. So, I bow to the will of his stomach, or tummy in his lingo, so that I will be a good parent that actually feeds his son.
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