Skin Deep


With Thanksgiving around the corner, I am starting to think about my Aunt Sweetie’s Chocolate Pudding Pie. She makes it the best. My stepmom tries to make them, but her pie is always compromised by her desire for pudding skin. My step mom enjoys the skin but the rest of us are anti-skin.

I don’t understand the pudding skin fascination.  George Costanza started a project of creating pudding skin singles with an exacto knife. This slimy chew layer just doesn’t need to be on my delicious dessert.

Can someone please explain the pudding skin fascination? 

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One thought on “Skin Deep”

  1. Pudding skin is gross. eww. I like pudding, but I can’t stand the smell of it cooking (when the skin layer is being formed). It makes me make that face some people make when they hear that nails-on-a-chalkboard noise.

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