The Toast & The Knife
knife, while a far superior tool for spreading jam onto toast, is
entirely horrendous at actually getting the jam out of the jar.
It always falls onto one side and back into the jar, or falls mid
transit from said jar to said toast. Its smaller size and surface
area also makes repeated trips from toast to jar and back
necessary, thereby increasing the likelihood of spilled jam
during the round trip. Why knife, why?