Did we really need seedless cucumbers?
Yes, I know, I'm in favor of Prebuttered Frozen Toast [NOW MICROWAVEABLE!], but that's strictly a time-saver in this busy modern world. Time saving is important. Convenience, on the other hand, may be getting a little too dominant in our lives, because seedless cucumbers, which I saw recently in the store, seem a whole different ball of monkeys from Prebuttered Frozen Toast.
I mean, how much more convenient should life be, that we can't eat a cucumber with seeds? Who has ever been bothered by the seeds in a cucumber? Or am I just weird and all along I shouldn't have been eating the seeds? Is there something wrong with cucumbers' seeds? Nobody tells me anything.