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Old 08-10-12, 07:54 AM   #1
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I ate cookies for breakfast.



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My co-worker gave me a milk chocolate dove bar this morning...guess what I had w/ my coffee!!!!!!!

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My co-worker gave me a milk chocolate dove bar this morning...guess what I had w/ my coffee!!!!!!!

I used to smoke my breakfast back in college.

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Old 08-10-12, 08:18 AM   #4
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One of America's favorite breakfasts is pancakes which are just cake, and any childerns cereal is as health and contains as much sugar as a candy bar. You should have cookies for breakfast every day!
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I had powdered "donettes" and milk for dinner last night
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You always have to one up me don't you? *evil eye*
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You can smoke cookies?
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One up? I count nine.

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Jalapeno fudge. . just a small bit.
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My coworkers get quite a variety


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I have no idea. I used to smoke Marijuana before my Calc and Physics classes and tests. I always aced them and I somehow ended up with a minor in Physics.

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That's it, I'm applying at your place of business........and is that an O'Henry bar I see?!
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I have no idea. I used to smoke Marijuana before my Calc and Physics classes and tests. I always aced them and I somehow ended up with a minor in Physics.

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Maybe that's why I had to retake Calculus 1 and never got higher than a C in Physics.

I should've poked more smot.
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Chocolate cake is good for breakfast according to Bill Cosby.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRmN4KnfPxQ

Eggs! Eggs are in chocolate cake. And milk! Oh, goodie! And wheat! That's nutrition! "What do you want?" "Can I have some chocolate cake?" "Chocolate cake coming up!"
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Cocuh gettin his cookie on!

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Phobias are for irrational fears. Fear of junk ripping badgers is perfectly rational. Those things are nasty.
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Oatmeal raisin cookies could be an ok breakfast....it is oatmeal after all.
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Maybe that's why I had to retake Calculus 1 and never got higher than a C in Physics.

I should've poked more smot.
I don't think it was the pot. I think there were more mysterious things involved.

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My ex always said that coffee and cigarettes were the breakfast of champions.
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I approve of this message.

Now I want to bake some cookies.
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Now I want to bake some cookies.
Some whole-grain cookie with dried fruit, nuts, fiber and low sugar content would actually be reasonably healthy.
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Some whole-grain cookie with dried fruit, nuts, fiber and low sugar content would actually be reasonably healthy.
What kind of vile diet do you eat?
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Some whole-grain cookie with dried fruit, nuts, fiber and low sugar content would actually be reasonably healthy.
I was thinking more along the lines of giant chocolate-toffee cookies.
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What kind of vile diet do you eat?
It is not so much what I eat as perhaps what I probably should be eating.
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