You’ve even had some yourself, haven’t you?
Missouri lawmakers are considering whether to mark an official day to celebrate sliced bread.
A bill pending in the state House would designate July 7 as Missouri Sliced Bread Day. Supporters say the day is needed to promote tourism in the northern Missouri city of Chillicothe, where the first commercially sliced bread was sold on July 7, 1928.
The city of roughly 9,500 people touts its carb-filled history and holds a Sliced Bread Jam Bluegrass Festival every year as part of celebrations.
“What are we, chopped liver?” protested Noshville Katz.
(Via Bayou Renaissance Man.)