An American magazine said bread was ‘making a comeback’ – 11 delicious takedowns
Over to the New Yorker magazine – ‘unparalleled reporting and commentary on politics and culture, plus humour and cartoons, fiction and poetry, reviews, and criticism’ – which has some exciting news to, er, break.
Bread is making a comeback, embraced by home bakers, restaurateurs, and science-minded hobbyists entranced by the mesmerizing intricacies of sourdough culture: https://t.co/SuwWOp3MG1 pic.twitter.com/aRbcF5TaUI
— The New Yorker (@NewYorker) February 16, 2019
That’s right, folks, bread is on its way back. Yee-ha!
‘Bread is making a comeback, embraced by home bakers, restaurateurs, and science-minded hobbyists entranced by the mesmerizing intricacies of sourdough culture’
Except some people wondered, well, some people wondered if bread had ever really gone away. And these 11 takedowns rose to the occasion.
I bet you were all wondering where bread had gone. Remember loaves of bread, from the 90s? Well, bread is making a comeback apparently, so we'll all be eating bread again, like we did before bread disappeared. https://t.co/NpEJC1xjpm
— Simon Blackwell (@simonblackwell) February 17, 2019
This sounds amazing but here’s an idea, what if it was sliced?
— Witty Topical Pun (@MkhiMcCarthy) 17 February 2019
That would be the best thing since….er…..
— Nick Mazonowicz (@MazonowiczNick) 17 February 2019
“This is the best thing since the mesmerising intricacies of sourdough culture”
— Toby (@TenaciousTubbs) 17 February 2019
Ah bread. Simpler times.
I remember going to the bread cafe, drinking vanilla coke, eating toast and jiving to showaddywaddy
I could go out with £85, get 2 loaves of bread, some jam and 3 ounces of meth amphetamine and still have change for an Uber
— Matt Ruddell (@MattRuddell) 17 February 2019
This is the best thing since eating jam with my hands
— 🌧️ B12Simon (@B12Simon) 17 February 2019
*pauses, both hands filled with coronation chicken and shredded lettuce*
— Rich Neville (@RichNeville) 17 February 2019
Thank goodness for that. I've been buttering paper plates, hats, books, my own pert buttocks, cushions and Lego every morning for weeks now. It's just not the same. https://t.co/knIq47OybW
— Dr Adam Rutherford (@AdamRutherford) February 17, 2019
I remember the last slice age.
— Mart (@MrFinknottle) 17 February 2019
Please pay me to write articles for you about the comebacks of things that never went anywhere. Here are some pitches:
— Molly Hodgdon (@Manglewood) 18 February 2019
Only 90’s kids will remember this.
— Ser_PJ (@Ser_PJ) 17 February 2019
water is also having a moment
— john butler (@mrjohnbutler) 17 February 2019