Many (or no) steps down from knighthood or muffinhood: "The world's thiefhood is ready made; there are crimes and there are laws and jails. But behind the laws and jails is society's Manichean need for evil and the need to see oneself as the purger of that evil..." The Philosophical Forum, Vols 21-22:111, 1989; and "You may become a saint or you may become a thief, but your sainthood and your thief-hood are both doings. You can choose, you can change. ... But that is not your being; your being precedes your sainthood, your thiefhood..." by Osho, The Book of Secrets, 1998, p. 231.
Mr. Botticella, 56, delved into the mystery of Thomas’ muffinhood (hint: it has nothing to do with the fork), after Bimbo Bakeries USA bought the brand early last year. At the time, Mr. Botticella was a Bimbo vice president in charge of bakery operations in California. ("A Man With Muffin Secrets, but No Job With Them", by William Neuman; The New York Times, August 6, 2010)