The best popcorn doesn't come from a bag. It's not smothered in fake butter and salt-like chemicals and eaten in the back row of a movie theater just before feeling up Kate Andrews’ shirt in eighth grade. The best is made with a glug of oil and golden corn kernels. Plus, real butter and salt, of course.
It tastes so much better than the processed stuff and only takes a few seconds more to make than pressing the popcorn button on your microwave, so you can slide back into second base with little to no effort.