When in the course of holiday events it becomes necessary to form a more perfect union among families by establishing peace and ensuring domestic tranquility, a just consideration for the fallibility of mankind requires some etiquette:
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After a hearty laugh, I must agree to all points made within this piece. And must admit that I am in the latter category of being disgusted to find bits of food contaminating the otherwise beautiful, creamy, pale yellow butter, that I so carefully choose at the store. I think many people do not even know butter knives exist, which points towards a woeful decline in decorum and general understanding of manners. That being said, it may not even be the fault of the general public that they don’t know, considering the abundance of fast, hand-held foods, and foods designed for use with plastic throw-away cutlery (and as well, individual pats of butter served in throw-away plastic cups). My point really, is that it might be easier to set aside individual pats of butter, if you are disgusted (as I am) with finding bits of food in the general butter dish. Thank you for this humor-filled piece. It is a luxury to express these feelings in a world so deaf to details.
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