Another hour or so after you eat that you may have another problem.
Try peanut butter, it’s gooie enough to hold the prunes in place. Ask me how I know…
Talking to oneself (as Broomie is doing) is considered the first sign of madness.
Of course, I’m far past that stage, LOL!!
That’s not the only problem with a prune sandwich, Broomie. The main problem is that it’s a prune sandwich.
My experience is that too many condiments makes everything else more likely to slide out because everything’s slippery.
Hilda better go shopping….
The problem with a prune sandwich is ….. the prune sandwich!
Never tried one of those.. and with any luck never will.
Dont prunes have a pit
I’m thinkin’ that’s a good thing.
I vaguely recall at time as a kid when Mom made some sort of prune desert. Probably an experiment to see whether or not my brother and I would eat it. It never appeared on the table again. That was the first and last time I ever ate a prune.
I would rather just have a mustard sandwich. I’ve had prune danish a few times, not too bad.
♫ And so my love ♪
♫ I offer you ♪
♫ A love that is strong ♪
♫ A prune that is true! ♪
funny how her mole is on the left in the second panel and on the right in the third
Well, then, add more mustard, Broomie!
Who ever heard of eating a prune sandwich with too little mustard?!
Next up: Broomie’s Sandwich Recipe Book!!!!