Cookie: (n) small cake made from sweet dough rolled and sliced or dropped by spoonfuls
A true case for the value of an eternity is made merely by mentioning the word “cookie.”
Cookies should never be considered bad.
It’s a part of our fallen nature—our sinful demeanor—that has turned these luscious globules, chipped from heavenly clouds, to be relegated to merely sugar, fat and calories.
For those who don’t believe in Satan, consider an athletic gentleman standing next to your cookie jar lecturing you about how unhealthy these godly pieces of divine delight truly are.
Yes, he is Satan. He tempts and then withholds.
There has to be a place where we finally come to the conclusion that kale goes to hell, and cookies dwell, along with you and me, in heavenly bliss.
Cookie-cutter: (adj) lacking individuality; stereotyped or formulaic
If individuality is merely the proliferation of really stinky attitudes shared in a variety of styles, then I, for one, would welcome a little bit more “cookie-cutter approach” to our society.
We might want to stop taking all this time convincing everyone about how unique we are, and instead, insert more chocolate chips into our recipe, making us more appealing instead of appalling.
There’s nothing wrong with being like other people if the way you’re like other people is an intelligent way to like other people (I hope you followed that.)
So if you can get over your fear of being common, you might be able to develop enough common sense to create a satisfying recipe, spread yourself out and bake up something with your life that makes people want to come back for more.