DO YOU DIP OR SCOOP?
I scoop. Mrs. Cranky to be different, dips.
What am I talking about? You'll never guess; go ahead try, I have time, this is a short post.
La dee da dee da…
Chewing tobacco? Nope.
Dancing? Wrong again.
Making an ice cream cone?…close, but no.
You’ll never get it, because I am quite sure Mrs. Cranky is the only one who dips and not scoops her pudding.
That’s right, Mrs. Cranky does not scoop her pudding with a spoon, she sticks the spoon straight into the pudding and eats whatever sticks to the spoon when she pulls it straight out.
We had lunch at a diner the other day and pudding came with Mrs. C’s meal.
“What the hell are you doing?”
“Eating the pudding.”
“But you aren’t using the spoon correctly”
“Sure I am.”
“You’re dipping, not scooping. Who dips?”
“I dip. If you scoop, the pudding goes too fast. If you dip you can enjoy it longer.”
“Longer? At the rate you’re going they’ll be flipping the lights on and off to get us out of here.”
“No they won’t, it’s a diner. They never close.”
“You’re missing the point; you take forever dipping, and why even bother with a spoon? A spoon is made for scooping; you could just as well use a knife or a fork to dip.”
“You eat your pudding your way; I’ll eat it my way, and a spoon dips the best.”
“Your way is stupid.”
“It works, I like to eat my pudding this way and oh yeah, you’re a jerk!”
So I ask you, do you scoop or do you dip?
Come on, who dips?