Nothing to Do, Mean there is something to think of.

“Mom, I don’t have anything to do.” Those words have been spoken by kids since modern English. Maybe in ancient English it was, “Mother, I haveth not a thing to doeth.” Ok, so my ancient English is not that great. As a matter of fact my modern English is not that better. But I do not one thing that’s great my English muffin. I do like English muffin. I have not had one in a while.

In England do they eat English muffins very often? Is it eaten as often across the beautiful Atlantic seas as much as bagels are eaten over here in America? Now, why are English muffins not eaten as often as bagels? It could be there is not the special condiment associated with it like cream cheese is associated with bagels. Yes, cream cheese not counted as a real condiment, but for discussion purposes lets just say it is.

Well, a better word could be garnish. Garnish sounds a lot better than condiment.
According to Webster a condiment is something used to enhance the flavor of food; especially: a pungent seasoning. Something (as lemon wedges or parsley) used to add decorative or savory touches to food or drink.

These are things to think about. That brings me back to my original thought. When there is nothing to do, there is always something to think about.

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