#882 A good floss after a tough steak

Molars beware

How bad was the first steak you ever made?

I hope it was better than the charred shoe I served for dinner after a good forty minutes of grilling. Needless to say, I made sure there wasn’t anything too raw in there. Nothing too tasty, either.

Of course, the worst part about a tough steak is how it haunts you for the rest of the evening in the form of tough, stringy bits of beef wedged tightly between all your teeth. No matter how hard you twist and turn your tongue to get them, they just ain’t moving.

That’s when you have to bring in the big guy. Yes, that beautiful pack of floss should do the job just fine, thank you very much. Just pull out a piece, snap it off, and get down to business. Flecks of chewed up beefbits fly in all directions, finding new homes on the mirror and in the corners of your bathroom floor.

And that’s pretty much that.

Ladies and gentlemen, a good floss after a tough steak!


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13 thoughts on “#882 A good floss after a tough steak

  1. I must say flossing after knocking back a few ears of corn of the cob can’t be beat. Those kernels never fail to get wedged in.

    P.S. Excellent work on the blog

  2. I don’t see the connection between flossing and stake. Per Kyle’s comment: flossing and corn, yes.

  3. The same applies for matzah. It’s thin cracker-ness just gets wedged right up in there, and when you floss, huge chunks come out on the handy piece of minty string.

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