If a baguette was alive and could move around, how would it move?
This is the vital question posed by a comedian and animator named Dave (@sheepfilms on Twitter), who gave the internet its latest thing to debate on Thursday. According to Dave, there are four possible ways a baguette could move: worm, gallop, robot rotate, and caterpillar.
A poll tweeted shortly after the video reveals number 3 (robot rotate) as the clear frontrunner. I agree, as this is the only scenario in which the baguette’s crusty exterior would not be compromised. You know what they say: A floppy baguette is no baguette at all. (No one says that.)
Here’s a survey. How would a baguette move?
— Dave (@sheepfilms) February 7, 2019
On Twitter, most people agree with me, proving that I am right. I knew it! However, some people did suggest other alternatives. For example, what if the baguette just rolled around on its side like a log? That might be good, although perhaps a little slow.
Please feel free to bring this up at your next social gathering. Everyone will love it.
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