What's Your Bean Sitch?
Wait, are you asking me? What’s my bean sitch? Specifically? Not usually put on the spot like this.
Umm, let’s see, got, ahh… ok a can of pintos here. Oh and a can of chickpeas! But I know some people call them garbanzo beans? Not sure if I can include that, we’ll need a ruling. What else, got here a can of chili, definitely has a number of beans inside. Hm. I’d say a surprisingly strong bean sitch. Even with the garbanzo confusion.
Now I’m no bean farmer, or even bean enthusiast. Don’t have a single dry bean in the whole damn place. Dry beans are the sign of a person with a truly great bean situation. Large stockpiles of beans that will last for years. The kind of person that fills the jars in his kitchen with the sacks of uncooked beans in his cellar. Cookin’ up beans more than regularly. I’m not that guy. But I’ll survive the night, even if I eat only these beans I have on hand.
Oh! You’re an alien from another world contacting me to ask about the bean situation of Earth? So I’m the bean-sitch-assessment ambassador to the aliens? Strange choice, very strange choice. Again, not even a bean enthusiast.
Yeah, I mean, as far as I know the bean situation worldwide is pretty solid. Beans seem to be eaten in large quantities in nearly every culture. And they seem to be plentiful and relatively cheap, at least compared to other foods… So yeah, I guess, plenty of beans here?
Can I ask why you’re asking? Kind a question is that, Jesus
*Charlie Kelly “What’s your bean situation?”
Mac and Charlie Die Pt. 2; Oct. 2nd, 2008
*Sitch suggested by the effervescent A.R.