The reason for my chubby calculus is that I do the cooking at my house.
Like my dog Jacob, I have a tendency to prefer high-fat dairy products to
the low-fat varieties.
Blame it on Pythagoras. The Pythagoreans forbid eating beans. I'm certain
this leads to chubby calculus. To accompany lamb dishes or to enrich and
thicken fresh soup (or boiled beef), I often use beans. Unlike David's
dog, I have never been able to achieve a proper form.
Fortunately, my tall, elegant wife has a fondness for short, slightly
chubby calculists who are losing hair and growing long in the tooth. Along
with the dogs in my pack, Ditte likes my cooking. Somehow, her form never
changes, while mine does.
Eduardo Corte-Real wrote: “your calculus seems a bit chubby.”