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For your sandwich, like?
But you know that already
What sort of idiot wants half their sandwich to be dry?
knows which side the bread is buttered
It's not like you work through the sandwich from top to bottom in your mouth. ALL AT ONCE.
butter the outside as well? Only if it's toast. And the toast is burnt.
I didn't realise there was a right amount. I just slap the butter down in the middle of the bread, spread it around, and if it doesn't cover the whole slice, I use a bit more.
No if I'm making a buttie during the week.
Ice cream is only allowed at the weekend.
I'm free. Let's pig out.
because I'm not mental.
Unless it's peanut butter, in which case I don't butter it at all.
but not another?
Do you use a specific butter knife for buttering?
people putitng jam knives or whatver in the butter so there's JAM IN THE MOTHERFUCKING BUTTER :@
FUCK YOU BARRY!
YOU MEAN USING SPREADS INSTEAD OF PROPER BUTTER? WHAT
real butter is gay
you obviously have no taste. Spreads should only be used for baking.
baking is gay! i have never baked
oh, no hang on, that wasn't even me. carry on
only one side. Unless it's a jam/marmalade/honey etc sandwich, in which case butter both.
Explain that logic, please.
and tear it all to pieces.
and maybe a reason I forgot for why I started doing it in the first place.
When's it going to tear? When you try to open it back up again? Why would you try to open it back up again?
so you only need butter on one slice.
and yes, yes it is. I am now going to stop telling the world what a freak I am and pretend to be normal from now on.
didn't mean to answer for anyone there.
For what it's worth, i butter both sides. Unless, like kik mentions, there's other condiments involved, then it might just be one side. No butter with cream cheese though, don't think it goes.
I'm just odd. I don't like too much butter with savoury sandwiches, but I like lots on sweet sandwiches...I now feel like I should've kept my bizarre sandwich making preferences to myself.
I'm sure kissinginkansas will have trumped you by the time the week's through.
although I have a friend who doesn't and he's like well into food, so maybe I'm DOIN IT WRONG.
i only started using butter on sandwiches recently, as before that we never used to eat white sliced bread at my house except for toast, instead making sandwiches out of lebanese flatbread. you don't need butter for flavour or moisture or whatever with that, you've got enough from the fillings and whatever sauce type thing you put on it.
People who butter both slices are probably the sort of people who have salad in their meatball marinara. Salad and sauce :(
but I told you so.
the worst type of people.
have you seen the new snack menu at subway? 99p gets you a "pizza toastie", which is basically half a six inch sub (one side) with marinara sauce, pepperoni and cheese. toasted. it's bloody fantastic!
and it sounds good, but I would need 4 of them.
i had it as a starter to my cheesesteak sub.
Usually because my sandwiches have a wet filling that comes into contact with the underside of the top slice.
It's not World War 2 and butter is being rationed*, is it?
*Butter was rationed during World War 2. That's why I said that.
Usually no, as butter tastes like shit with meat.
Butter with ham = <33333333
Butter with Bacon or sausages used to make me want to throw up. I can just about cope with dried meats but.. no.
Mayo, brown sauce or ketchup provide any needed moisture.
like the kings of old
like the peasants of old
by how much running I have done that day. Some days I'm lazy and that means no butter at all.
But that's ok because I have made an amazing pork and spinach paella so like Phil Collins said. No Bread Required.
mayo - both sides - sandwich
but now I will