"Do you know how long it took to dry this in the sun? With the wind?" she starts.
"Do you know why it is shaped this way? Because it is meant to be LONG!" she screams.
"The only way you're going to break a spahgetto EVER is by a nonna making you a minestrone soup with spaghetti chopped because there's nothing else in the pantry."
"Someone put so much love and passion in creating something so delicate. Why do you have to break it?" she asks.
"It's supposed to be twirled on your fork. It's an act of love. It's romantic. Something you share. Remember the Lady and the Tramp?! There is a reason why they didn't break the spaghetti!" she concluded.