"Mr" <mauriceraybaud [at] hotmail dot fr>> wrote:
> I am sorry if I misunderstood you because of fast reading non native language...
Maurice, my man - this was just a bit of hyperbole - wild exaggeration of the
seriousness of the "problem" and the importance of finding a "solution".
It was also triggered and inspired by his ridiculous suggestion of finding such
a thing (non-existant, as far as I know) as "loaf softener".
Monty Python would surely try it out on a stale baguette and find it
Equally ridiculous were the "bread fumes" - conjuring some mental image of a
cartoon mad-scientist inventing a new bread using "the serum" which proceeds to
smoke and fume like a slice of solidified concentrated nitric acid.
Perhaps you can suggest a fine French pastry chef who can prepare the young
Prince a soft, crustless delicacy - with a fine crumb - as a base for his Royal
peanut butter & Fluff sandwich. We can fly out from our secret island base in
the Pacific on our stolen Concord and be there within the hour - lest it its
ephemeral freshness be lost.
Quickly now, Sir! - for he weakens and withers before my eyes.
But alas, I wax despondent.
"Ode to an inadequate slice of mass-market store-bought white bread that I
served to my poor oppressed son out of the erratically functioning refrigerator
one midsummer's morning...."
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