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101 Short Stories that Will Leave You Smiling, Crying and Thinking post written by: Marc Chernoff Email Since its inception eighteen months ago, our sister site Makes Me Think (MMT) has truly evolved into a remarkable online community. Every day, users share their thought-provoking life stories and vote on stories that other users have shared. As stated on the MMT About page, sometimes the most random everyday encounters force us to stop and rethink the truths and perceptions we have ingrained in our minds. I believe the 101 stories listed below perfectly fulfill that description. What do you think?
The Bread Whenever I have a friend or family member over for dinner, they will ask the following question: “Are you making The Bread?” And I always smile and say: “Yes. I am making The Bread.” I smile because it’s a foregone conclusion that I will be making The Bread. I smile because The Bread is so darn delicious and no one who tastes it can believe it contains only two ingredients. I smile because it’s probably the easiest, simplest, effortless thing I make. I smile. Split a loaf of French bread in half, then spread one stick of room-temperature butter all over the surface. That’s one stick per half loaf. Yes, you read that right. The idea here is that every speck of the surface of the bread needs to be coated. Next, you put the bread into a 350-degree oven for ten minutes, long enough for the butter to melt and the bread to warm. Now crank on the broiler. This is a couple of minutes under the broiler, and this is not brown enough. When that happens, the flavor shows up. That’s more like it. Oh, baby.