The Great Wonders of PB&J

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My Speech: The Great Wonders of Peanut Butter and Jelly You all know how to make a peanut and butter sandwich…I hope. For those of you, please don’t embarrass yourself and raise your hand, who are deprived of this great ability, let me explain the process. 1. The materials needed include: Peanut Butter, Jelly (hence the title of the meal), two slices of bread, and two knives. (Some people think that using one knife will be more beneficent…but really, then you waist water trying to clean if off in between uses. It’s all gunna go in the dishwasher anyways) Oh, and you might want a big glass of milk – to aid you when the peanut butter gets stuck to the roof of your mouth. 2. On the first piece of bread, spread on peanut butter with the knife. Do the same on the other piece of bread, only use jelly this time. Then for the moment you’ve all been waiting for… take both pieces, smoosh ‘em together and eat. This famous American snack is not only delicious, but a weapon, a matchmaker, and great sales device. You’re probably shocked to hear that a sandwich made of pb&j could be used as a weapon. Don’t worry though; this is not a weapon of assault, but of defense. There will be no throwing of the peanut butter and jelly sandwich, such as in a food fight, to hurt another human being. Such an action would debase the respectability of the food. One instance where you might use a PB&J is during a babysitting job. Those of who you have had to supervise little kids before know what I’m talking about when I say…they’re crazy. Sometimes they’re so crazy you don’t know what to do! The baby might be crying, while the dog won’t stop barking, and the little girl is screaming at her brother who won’t listen to you when you tell him to stop jumping on the furniture. You know what the solution to a problem like this is? Whip out the Peanut Butter Sandwich because only
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