What do you do if you buy square bread? Yeah, I was thinking top and bottom referred to the sides of the bread in which case I wouldn't know which was which. It would be like trying to eat a sandwich in outerspace just floating and twirling gently with no sense of up or down.
Unless it was baked in some funky newfangled way, it'll have a top and a bottom, even if it's square. Bottom = whatever is in the bottom of the pan in the oven. Top = whatever rises out of the pan. The yummiest part. (Actually, the yummiest of yummies is the elbow-- the little crook of where it puffed out of the pan, and it gets nice and dense there.)
This only applies to loaf bread-- I can't eat a pita pocket sandwich upside down or everything falls out.
I'm mystified by your mystification! What's unclear about it? Is it the distinction between the "up" and "down" sides of a slice of bread?
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Your method of sandwich consumption is quite disturbing to me. I mean, crust-first makes sense, even I do that, but backwards?!
Originally Posted by outmywindow
I do that too. The 'right' way completely mystifies me. However, the 'bunny ear' sucks since the tie isn't all that tight. I end up having to double-knot my shoelaces, even as an adult. The only think goofier than that would be if I were still wearing velcro shoes.
Sadly, I do this too. I have no clue what other method there is for tying shoes so one may remove them without great difficulty. I often have to retie them.
Originally Posted by Dansker
I am particular about the order in which applications appear in my task bar on my computer. If I accidentally close one, I am often tempted to close everything and start again so they are in my preferred order.
I am, too. I wish it was possible to change it at will...
I like and eat a lot of things with methyl salicylate in them, like "Wintergreen" Tic-Tacs and Altoids.
I am known for my drink of choice when ordering at a restaurant - Dr. Pepper, no ice, slice of lime.
The way I eat is very methodical, consistent, and I do it in specific patterns based on the type of food(s). I eat sandwiches in straight lines, keeping the sandwich more-or-less rectangular as I go, and I can only set the sandwich down after eating a full row. I never noticed that I did it until someone mentioned that it was unusual.
I hate mixed and most cooked veggies. I will eat a specific type of veggie at a time, rather than splitting them all first like a little kid, though.
I have difficulty eating Chinese food without chopsticks, and I find it tastes worse that way.
I always keep my icons on my desktop in a certain order and in a single vertical line along the left edge of the monitor. I also leave my cursor in the upped right corner of the screen where you can see only a thin black line of it.