No Celery Please – NYC Edition!

Sometimes I Wonder About Us

Posted in Uncategorized by noceleryplease on January 9, 2009

Below is the transcript of an actual conversation between me and the SB about what he’s having for lunch…  We can take sandwiches far too seriously.

And now I want cheese.


SB: So here’s a question
NoCeleryPlease: ??
SB: Could one put white cheese on a PB&J?
NoCeleryPlease: well
NoCeleryPlease: I have done it with cheddar…
NoCeleryPlease: which is good
SB: Alright then
SB: Sure
SB: Why the hell not?
NoCeleryPlease: it works well with jam
SB: Sure
SB: So
SB: The oven went on at 5 til
SB: SO the bread will go in at ten after
NoCeleryPlease: ok
SB: Out about 20 after
NoCeleryPlease: you should make the sammich while the bread is warm
NoCeleryPlease: then the peanutbutter and cheese will be slightly melty
SB: Working that out as we speak.
SB: I am thinking along the lines of putting the cheese on the bottom layer and tucking it in for some meltage after slicing the loaf.
NoCeleryPlease: mmmmmmmmmmmm
NoCeleryPlease: melty


7 Responses to 'Sometimes I Wonder About Us'

Subscribe to comments with RSS or TrackBack to 'Sometimes I Wonder About Us'.

  1. Ron said,

    PB&J with cheese??? Am I odd that I have never heard of cheese in that combo? Hmmmm…. maybe a nice gorgonzola????

  2. Doc Nagel said,

    The idea that one could take sandwiches too seriously is ridiculous. Anyone who doesn’t take sandwiches extremely seriously indeed should be suspected of the worst kind of moral turpitude. An uncaring attitude about sandwiches bespeaks an addled mind, at the very least.

  3. I’ve also never heard of cheese (any variety) with PB&J. Otherwise, y’all sound totally normal to me.

  4. Deborah said,

    Chiming in, cheese? With peanut butter. Hmmm.

  5. tiff said,

    Next, try it with a slice of baloney. Thing 2 swears by it, the little freak.

  6. renn said,

    I’ve never tried it with jelly. What flavor did you use?

    Eating them hot IS good.

  7. db grin said,

    Renn, just don’t, under any circumstances, try it with Kentucky Jelly.

    Someone who lives in the Tiny House had a peanut butter sammich with chunks of pineapple scattered therein.

    I suppose it could be like tropical jelly, but… ew.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s