So, I definitely met Ned Hepburn in my dreams last night. Unfortunately, we did not fall immediately in love, but he did share some amazing chiabatta bread with me. Gawd, it was delicious. Also, I seem to remember he had really, really tiny hands. He shook mine several times, and, strangely enough, it was not awkward at all.
I want to see Ron and Hermione kiss more than Harry wants parents. More than Hermione wants everyone to read Hogwarts, A History. More than Dumbledore wants "SIIIILENCE!" More than Draco wants his father to hear about this. More than Aberforth wants goats. More than Harry wants to catch the snitch. More than Lee Jordan just wants to be his gangsta' self without the white man (Prof. McGonagall) holdin' him down. More than Gryffindor wants to party.
Cake Vs. Pie: A Scientific Approach via the wonderful hyperboleandahalf.blogspot.com
I love cake. Cake is wonderful. But it is too easy to get caught up in the idea of cake. When you compare the data, it is clear that pie is a better choice.
1. Ability of enjoyment to be sustained over time
The first few mouthfuls of cake are almost magical, but as eating continues, enjoyment drops off precipitously. The enjoyment curve for pie appears to be much more stable over time. 2. Unequal frosting distribution is a problem
Pie exhibits much greater homogeneity than cake. In cake, the highest concentration of awesomeness is found in the frosting. The act of decorating a cake can polarize it and cause a dangerously uneven distribution of frosting, leading to discord and animosity during serving time. 3. Pie appears to contain a greater relative volume of enjoyable substances.
4. Pie is more scientifically versatile:
5. Pie is relevant in a greater variety of situations:
Cake is appropriate in a very limited number of situations, whereas almost any day is a great day to have pie. 6. Cake has much more severe, longer lasting consequences than pie:
UPDATE: It’s too early to tell whether this hybridization is the best idea ever or just dangerous and foolish:
Most likely it will either solve all the problems in the world or end humanity in a hyperglycemic blaze of glory.