I think ‘rules’ are stupid, and frankly, I don’t give a damn about obeying them anymore!
I went on a long walk yesterday evening and couldn’t stop thinking about how a cheeseboard should be a starter instead of a dessert. When did we all just accept that a cheeseboard was a dessert? Next time I’m in a restaurant I’m going to order a cheeseboard as a starter.
What social norms would you like to break down in the year 2019?
I’m not going to be the person I’m expected to be anymore
(reckon a cheeseboard would be too filling and too moreish for a starter)
A cheeseboard isn’t a dessert or a starter. It’s something that should appear exclusively at a buffet. Anyone who thinks otherwise is the equivalent of a 4chan bacon bro or an “I like gin and tea and that is my personality” person.
I’d like to continue freeing the boards from the shackles of cheese on toast conservatism
I think the cheeseboard as a dessert is good as if you don’t fancy something sweet you can continue gorging on savoury stuff.
I would have no problem with it also being available as a starter however. I reckon I could go for some warm up cheese every now and again.
It’s really remarkable to be so wrong in just one post
“Ooh I’m so passionate about cheese”
My parents tell me a (short) story about some they knew who was having dinner with them at one of those buffet dinner set ups, he went up got his dessert first. This caused outrage.
Friend used to have a jelly bowl between each plate at a Chinese buffet. Claimed it was a palate cleanser.
Oh. Ok, I don’t like that person but I like the aspect of their personality that claims that a “palate cleanser” is required at a Chinese buffet and considers a jelly bowl to do that job.
Assuming you can’t read ebooks on your phone.
(I don’t know if this is true. We’ve lost touch now ant. The unrelenting, uncaring March of time eh)
At Hoogy Int’l HQ cheese is often served as a pre-dinner snack, to go with our aperitif.
The fact that you’ve capitalised ‘March’ there makes me think of the Ides of March.