The following is good advice for anyone with a significant other.
What is ironic is this is the opposite of a pitcher of water. When I was growing up in the southwest, we had a pitcher of water in the refrigerator. [Note: This is long before refrigerator’s had a water line and built-in ice makers.]
Nobody would take the last cup of water from the pitcher because then you had to fill up the pitcher with water again. We would rather die of thirst before doing that.
On the other hand, nobody hesitates to take the last donut or the last piece of pie.
I am here to advise you that if you want to have a long-lasting relationship, you need to offer the last piece to your significant other before you scarf it down.
But if your significant other is not around, try this.
Just a thought. Now I am getting hungry.