That makes sense to me. I don’t clean the toaster, but my suspicion is that my husband has a habit of cleaning the toaster after he has already cleaned the counter and the floor, so cleaning the toaster, to him, also means cleaning crumbs off the counter and floor again.
I think you might’ve misunderstood what I was saying. It is because we provide a ton of healthy snacks that I then like to add a trashy snack (like a Pop-Tart) in the basket, for balance. And for my personal amusement You know, irony.
I know that the American diet has a very bad reputation so I understand what you are referencing. The problem with generalizations is that they don’t apply to everyone. That awful American diet is as foreign to me as it is to you. I come from an unusual family and a weird city.
Yeah, but you guys have plenty of trashy snacks without having Hostess. To be fair it’s the cultural tendency toward moderation that is healthier, not the actual snacks. And it is almost always my international guests that eat the trashy American snack. Consider it a cultural exchange.