Meatloaf and Casserole—A Roll in The Mud as Lovemaking

August 20, 2009

Meatloaf and Casserole—A Roll in The Mud as Lovemaking

 Most of the reason you come to hate something is that you got too much of it.  Let’s start with meatloaf.  There was too much meatloaf when I was a kid.  Ground up meat mixed with bread, eggs and ketchup and then baked in the oven.  This would be served with green beans and applesauce.  I hated it.  The only thing worse than meat loaf is any kind of casserole.  A casserole is a way of saying I really didn’t want to cook in the first place.  The sexual equivalent to a casserole or meatloaf is to just roll around in mud with another human being and hope that something vaguely representing ecstasy happens before you get out.  But here’s the main point with the mud.  You don’t actually make any effort.  Real food preparation (like real sex, I am on a roll here, I can feel it) takes time, care, thought.  You pause once in a while.  There is often music involved, the right music, there is lighting.  You carefully select the guests, and let’s face it ideally there are only two people present.  With the meatloaf or casserole, not much preparation is necessary, you can simply toss those ingredients together and presto your food thingy is in the oven and you could be shoveling it down your throat before you know it.  But that’s the problem with Americans, they’re in too much of a hurry to begin with, we need to slow down to enjoy things like food that takes preparing, like massages and love and stars and sonatas.

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