I had cold, left-over pizza for breakfast. It was awful. Everybody has, at some time, because we cannot, for some reason, leave pizza behind.
Pizza, at the parlor, is hot, delicious, aromatic, covered with the toppings we like such as pepperoni, olives, garlic, onion, mushrooms, green peppers, sausage, tomato sauce, extra cheese. It melts in the mouth and tickles the tummy.
But when we are done, we cannot walk away from those left-over slices. We box them up and cart them home to keep in the frig.
Then the next day, we EAT them, cold and congealed and gloppy. We remember how good they tasted the day before and try to convince ourselves that it was a good idea to bring them home with us.
I say, BAN the BOX, and leave the left-overs on the table.
And even though I say it. I won't do it.