This butter is not only delicious, but it also happens to be one of the best tasting butter you can find. We eat it with our morning cereal or at breakfast before we start work, and we use it in place of butter when it’s served at a party.
We’ve all been there: “I want butter.” And we’ll give it to you, but we’ll say, “Oh, it’s not available.” And we’ll look for it. And we’ll find it. But we’ll then have to explain to you why it’s not available.
Butter is a classic example of a product whose shelf life is usually measured in years. Butter was made in Britain from the milk of a wild goat in the 17th century, but since the 1800s, butter has been made from cows. As a result, butter typically has a shelf life of only about three years.
As it turns out, the problem is that cows can’t make butter. So butter is not just hard to find, but also a little pricey. But you cant blame cows for being lazy.
Butter is a product that is made by cows, and so the more we learn about butter, the more we learn that cow is a lazy fuck. The problem is that butter is not only expensive, it is also hard to find.
In this video we learn more about butter.
Butter is a product that is made by cows, and so the more we learn about butter, the more we learn that cow is a lazy fuck. The problem is that butter is not only expensive, it is also hard to find. In this video we learn more about butter.
The problem is not that butter is hard to find (that’s easy, it’s just that cows don’t come from the Midwest and butter is not made by cows). The problem is that butter is so cheap and hard to find that if it’s not easily purchased, it becomes a source of guilt. We know that butter is cheap because farmers in the Midwest make butter for the masses.
Thats why when we think of the Midwest, we think of butter. We think of the Midwest because butter is cheap, the Midwest is made by cows, and cows produce butter. Thats why when we think of the Midwest we think we are so lazy. Because cows produce butter, the Midwest is lazy.
Now lets move on to something else that would be a better metaphor for the Midwest, butter is made from something called lard. It is an acronym for shortening (which is made from the fat of animals), lard is made from the fat of cows, and butter is made from lard.