A battle of bread. Who will win?

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A single slice of Bread.
Physically the weakest contender for the, “Fresh Food Fight Free For All”. Our poor friend Breads delicious, and soft composition is the basis of its appeal, thus being the exact cause of its downfall. Without a shield, a suit of armour, or a light toasting, old mate Breads chances of survival are: ‘slim to “that guy was delicious, do we have any more?” So keeping all this in mind, let’s move onto our dear friend Bread’s first challenger, “The Humble Roll”
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Bread Roll.
Debuting and weighing in at a whopping 2 ounces (56 grams), the humble roll boasts such features as, sturdy stature and build, lightweight yet firm to the touch while being soft to the bite, lightly dusted with seseame, and comes with a single serve tab of butter, so even if you do tear holes in in the humble roll while trying to liberally apply the contents of the worlds hardest butter, at least you get to kill something. So considering the clear benefits of being a bread roll in a slice of breads world, it certainly pays to come in a pack of 6-12 for a hungry family.
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Baguettes.
Smashing  the scales like  ‘Honey Boo Boos Mother’ at an “All You Can Eat Texas Style Buffet”, the baguette comes packed with a whopping 11 ounces (300+ grams) under its belt, it is a serious contender in today’s challenge. Originating in France, it comes as a complete and utter surprise that they could produce something, well anything that, even by accident, could win in a fight. So taking in the sheer weight and size of our main man, The Baguette, I think its safe to say who our winner is…. That’s right, me. Because I’m hungry. Thanks for playing.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Hunger has a way of influencing speech 🙂

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  2. Reblogged this on Lord Farmington and commented:

    Reblog of of my fave bit 🙂

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