M&Ms in the Teens

So a single serving of Peanut M&Ms is about 18-20, which is not too bad if you eat them one at a time instead of putting a handful in your mouth to practice speaking clearly like Demosthenes *

But it’s a long road when you have a 56-ounce value bag. How many single servings can you have in a day, because that’s Not on the bag.

                                                                                             —-David
* Demosthenes was a Greek orator who reportedly overcame his stuttering by filling his mouth with pebbles and practicing. I don’t stutter but I credit handfuls of peanut M&Ms with preventing me from developing the tick.

M&Ms in the Teens was originally published on Creative Uploads

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Recommended Serving, ha!

When you’re working on a big video project and you want a snack, maybe a giant soda and a whole bag of chips.

Then your tiny little inner voice says, “but what’s the recommended serving?”

About 11 chips. Damn you to hell, Doritos. Of course I piled the plate high.

—-David

P.S. I am not recommending this but if your cheesy chips are on a plate and you aren’t dehydrated, you can keep your fingers clean for your computer keyboard by grabbing with your tongue like some human lizard person. I have heard.

Recommended Serving, ha! was originally published on Creative Uploads