The Etymology of Peach Cobbler
This incredible dessert pie got its name from an old-timey job that's not really needed any more: cobblers. These people used to fix and make shoes, but now it's cheaper to just buy a new pair when shoes break; furthermore, kids in poor countries working factories have really edged out the cobbler's ability to price their services competitively for new shoes. There is one thing that sweat shop children can't take from the cobbler: that booty. Shoemakers are notorious for their thick cheeks. Considering their juiciness, decadence, and overall forbidden nature, it was a perfect reference point for the dessert pie peach cobbler.
Fun fact: Badunkadunk is actually Crunkense for cobbler.
How Cobblers Got Thick Booties
Fixing and making shoes takes a lot of elbow grease, and it all starts with a solid base. This is way having a plump tushy is such an asset (had to drop that pun!) to the cobbler; it tastes less pressure off their biceps if they can leverage their butts for power. The cobbler can acquire their thick booty in one of two ways: genes or diet/exercise. This is how the cobbler last name started; it was a clear signal that the offspring would be loaded in the cheeks. If you want to repair shoes but don't have those natural gifts, you can do it the hard way: working out and eating right. The exercise part is not a problem for the cobbler. The challenge is finding unhealthy food that will stick to your butt.
Happy National Peach Cobbler Day Video
In this video, we are celebrating Peach Cobbler Day. This comedy video will be short, sweet, and most of all silly. It will celebrate all things Peach Cobbler in a totally humorous way. Enjoy!
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