Friday, June 18, 2004

Good 'N' Tasty

People often taste some morsel, smack their lips, and say ‘Mm-mm-mm that's good!’

Now, if one were to use the theological meaning of GOOD, as opposed to EVIL, perhaps one might choose a different word - tasty.  Some examples:

Crispy, greasy pork rinds… tasty, but hardly good.

Oatmeal… good, but not very tasty.

Salted pretzels… tasty, yes! Good,no.

Communion wafers… Good with a capital G. Tasty? No, nowhere near.

Coca-Cola… tasty, tasty, tasty.

Cod liver oil… need I say more?

Perhaps you have a favorite (or loathsome) food that fits either definition?

By Professor Batty


Blogger -DTown said...

Well, even then there's the whole question of whether its kosher or not...then, even if its tasty, it could still be evil (depending on your belief system and all)

Blogger Professor Batty said...

Yes indeed! How can one tell? It's so hard to "eat right" - depending upon which set(s) of criteria one uses.

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