Son, how many times do I have to tell you, don't play with your food!

Tim Bayly

Tim serves Clearnote Church, Bloomington, Indiana. He and Mary Lee have five children and fifteen grandchildren.



For any of you young men out there, I imagine this is the ultimate definition of a low-maintenance girlfriend? "Happy birthday, dear. Here is a roll of masking tape."

Archie, check the link again. I just fixed it. It wasn't the tape one, it was the coffee one.

Sorry, sorry, sorry; it was the food one and I've fixed the link.


Those rolls-o-tape did look a lot like little cinnamon rolls. Yum!

The food one is definitely better than the tape one. I felt sorry for the tape lady. Seemed like OCD to a million degrees.

I figured. The tape one was too interesting though. The coffee guy was priceless too. "I wanted to take some of the pretentiousness out of coffee."

By art?  :)

I originally saw the coffee post, missed the tape one, and now see the food one. This is by far the coolest. First, because the coffee thing was so yesterday; search "latte art" at Wikipedia. Second, because it would be fun to replicate some of these with my children. There are these plates you can buy from Uncommon Goods called Mr Food and Ms Food face plates. They have blank male or female faces and your kids can use their food to give them features, like hair, a beard, earrings, etc. I've always thought they looked fun, and wanted some, but at $12 per plate I haven't been able to justify a set (yet). ;)

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