On one of those occasions when Sonia, Andy and I cut class did field research for our class, we were driving around Santa Monica talking about nothing in particular. Well, mostly, Sonia and Andy were talking about nothing in particular. I was in the back seat keeping to my self because I was kind of moody that day. After a while, the conversation turned to my cheese eating habits. Yes. Sonia and Andy were talking about when I will and will not eat cheese, because they were not content to simply leave it at “I don’t really like cheese”.
So they went on a step by step analysis on when they had seen me eat cheese.
“She eats pizza.” “She doesn’t like cheese on her sandwich at Subway.” “On occasion, she’ll eat a cheeseburger and not a plain hamburger.” “She doesn’t eat cheese balls with her family at Christmas.” and so on and so forth. Do you have any idea how WEIRD it is listening to two people analyze your eating habits while driving around town?! Very.
After about 5 minutes, Andy turned around and looked at me, and said, “Well, it’s not an exact science, but we’ve decided that for the most part, you like cheese if it’s melted!”
He sounded very pleased with himself.
Cheese. Yeah, that’s pretty weird.