When you ask a question that you want a specific answer to, do you phrase it with your answer in mind?
Here, I’ll give you an example. Please peruse, at your leisure, the following ways of framing the same question:
Is it unreasonable to eat the same flavor of frozen breakfast burrito for six out of twelve meals?
How many breakfast burritos is too many?
Don’t you wish you could mostly eat your favorite frozen breakfast burrito, you know, instead of other things?
How important is variety in the human diet, really? I mean dogs eat the same thing twice a day every day, right?
In other news, we move on Saturday and I’ve packed the pantry and all of our cooking vessels and utensils.