Tuesday, May 29, 2018

FREE TOMMY! AND FREE A HOT DOG BUN!

Pet Peeve Dept: If half a turn with the reins around the hitching post will hold a 1500 pound horse while the cowboy is knocking a few back in the saloon, then it should be good enough for the twist tie on the bread wrapper people. When I want a sandwich, I do not want to have to perform 20-some untwists (after starting in the wrong direction of course and making it worse). I doubt the slices are plotting an escape. 

 It happens every time there is a cook out and I want to get a bun for the brat and/or the burger, and the wrapper is closed with a twist tie. Do I untie clockwise or counter clockwise? There is no right or wrong answer and it is always a 50/50 proposition, for the twist tie is torqued down tight.

My understanding is that in the UK, twist ties HAVE to be turned counter-clockwise to loosen them. Of course, this is America where you are still allowed to be against Islamic pedophile groomers,  so there is no law regarding twist tie directions (or even a toilet paper roll OVER/not under Amendment).

The story has a happy ending, as I was ultimately successful in extricating the hot dog bun after much angst. Hope your cookout was as fruitful.

4 comments:

  1. I always examine the twist tie direction when evaluating whether to buy a non-halal product. I never buy halal friendly. If I can't take it off counter-clockwise, I don't buy it.

    I get access denied when clicking on your islamic link. I assume this is because my PC sends a forward message to the site letting them know I hate moslem vermin savages.

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  2. Interesting. That took less than 24 hours for them to take down that link. About as fast as Tommy's "trial". I'm going to leave the access denied there just to remind myself what jackboot thugs we are dealing with.

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  3. Free Tommy! Yes. The UK has gone stark raving mad! Protecting the rights of the vermin hordes is all they're about anymore.

    On a lighter note, enjoyed the rant about the pet peeve. I feel your wrist pain. I share your
    angst, but it's a small price to pay for the freedom to twist ties any way we want. f

    I see that you know vivici, too. Isn't it nice of him/she/it to share?

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  4. cube, "freedom to twist" should have been the post title! NOw you tell me.

    and off to never never land goes vivici...

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