This week I got the Muffins recipe from my trusty Edmond’s cook book again. But this time I decided to add a full cup of chocolate chips to the Muffin recipe, because….why not?
I then decided to put them into trays and put baking paper into each of the holes. Except I ran out after the first tray. Below is a picture of the tray with baking paper:
No baking paper:
Then after baking they looked amazing! Here are my muffins in the baking paper. They were extremely easy to take out of the trays.
Then this is the muffins without baking papers in the tray. They were hard to take out of the trays (even after buttering the area) and they ended up in pieces :(
Baked muffins in the tray:
Post the chaos that is no baking paper in the tray:
Other than the mess, it did taste nice. So I’m happy. I just need to remember to buy more baking paper :D
“But you’re not fat, don’t say that,” he responded.
Tell that to the hips that got caught in a turnstile yesterday and everyday that she forgets to turn sideways. Tell that to the stores that stop at size 12 (or size 10 if she wanted to look her age). Tell that to the small woman rolling her eyes beside me on the subway as my booty spills over into her seat. Tell that to the holes my inner thighs have rubbed into every pair of jeans I own. Tell that to the rolls on my back & the crevices in my ass.
Tell that to the silence at the end of your sentence that should say “because fat people are ugly, because if I think you’re attractive you can’t be fat because I’m saving fat to degrade a woman two sizes smaller than you but with a flatter chest & a spare tire. Because you’re not fat is a compliment even when it’s not true because what I’m really saying is you don’t repulse me the way fat people are supposed to repulse me. Because I get final say on your body, not you & I’m giving you a pass for the same dimpled ass I laughed at on another woman yesterday because your waistline is smaller than hers and a normal woman would just be happy with that.”