We’ve been married 38 years. For those 38 years I haven’t had a decent Thomas’s English Muffin with butter and jelly. Every time I try to make an toasted English muffin I find peanut butter in the jelly jar. Little chunks and streams of peanut butter sitting in a jar reserved for JELLY. I’ve mentioned it to him many times not to use the same knife for the jelly as he had for the peanut butter. I’ve hidden jars of jelly to no avail. He finds them and contaminates them with globs of peanut butter. Last week he did it again. I told him again and slammed the jelly jar on the table next to my naked Thomas’s English muffin. Don’t you love when your husband turns it around on you and make it your fault. “Why didn’t you say something?” He asked. I have said something about a few hundred times, probably closer to a thousand times. When you make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich use two knives. One knife for the peanut butter and a completely different knife for the jelly. Don’t go anywhere near the jelly jar with a peanut butter knife and the same goes for a jelly knife. Keep the jelly knife out of the peanut butter! End of story.