muf·fy n. A muffin top, sold as a single baked good at Panera.
bog·el n. A chunk of Cinnamon Crunch bagel dough, fashioned into a bagel hole, sold in packs of six or twelve at Panera.
If you can walk up to the counter and order the baked goods above, in a single sentence, with a straight face—I'll have some bogels and a muffy, please—you are a far more composed person than I.
Sadly (and I say this as a closet Panera fan), both were more fun to say than to eat... but we couldn't get those two names out of our heads. Or decide which one we preferred. So what's the better name—muffy or bogel?
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