Never, it always falls buttered side down...............................
It doesn't, its actually pretty much like tossing a coin, could go either way. unless you have a tendency to put a very think layer of butter, in that case the weight of the butter will make it land butter side down.
As far as I know, its just a saying. like bad things always happen in sets of three.
For me, I'm always the most unfortunate one to have it face butter side down. This is quite a bummer!
by dappledesigns 8 years ago
Is buttered popcorn worse for you than white cheddar popcorn?I love white cheddar popcorn - but hate any buttered popcorn. Is there a difference in calories since it's cheese instead of butter?
by Don Ship 9 years ago
and cats always land on their feet, what would happen if you tied a piece of buttered toast to the back of a cat?
by Sherri 7 years ago
How do you make a tuna melt?With what kind of cheese? And do you make it in the toaster oven or on the stove-top in a fry pan? Do you add herbs or tomatoes?
by Renz Kristofer Cheng 7 years ago
Popcorn: The salty ones or the sweet ones?I'd like to hear your preference. For me, I think I like the sweet ones more, though I enjoy both.
by M G 3 years ago
Why do Christians fall down in prayer?I can't find in the bible where Jesus or the disciples made the people to fall under the anointing. The thing is, a non believer said such things are fake and there is no mention of this phenomena written in the New Testament...what should I answer...
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