S'mores are yummy. I mean how can you not like a S'more?
It is un American not to like a S'more!!! We had S'mores last night around the fire pit that my family got me for Mothers Day. It led to the discussion of who invented S'mores. Kim and I talked about it today too, because she also understands the value of a good S'more. So I came home and did a little research on Wikipedia.
This is what they have to say about S'mores...
" S'more appears to be a contraction of the phrase, "some more". The informal nature of this term reflects the environment in which s'mores are traditionally served and its meaning hints at the desires of campers who are not satisfied by the first bite of the treat. Some have jokingly surmised that the name originated from people who were so busy eating the tasty treat that they did not have time to speak in complete sentences, or alternately, that their enunciation was compromised by the fact that their mouth was still full of the previously mentioned s'more. While the origin of this popular campfire dessert is unclear, the first recorded version of the recipe can be found in the Girl Scout Handbook of 1927 ."
So there you have it! S'mores mean Some more!!! Give me some more S'mores!