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Old 02-03-08, 12:22 PM
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What's for BREAKFAST? (Thanks, SNOWY!)

Snowy promised breakfast.

What are you having?



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Old 02-03-08, 12:24 PM
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beer, saltines and Jolly Ranchers.

no, really.
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I think snowy's going to bring muffins.

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Delicious bass... err, not.

I make excellent toast. And can even top it off with Strawwwberry Jam. <yummy sound>
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I think I have some mayo in the fridge....
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I think I have some mayo in the fridge....
Ewwww...you're going to have mayo without anything else?

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I woke up too late to make breakfast, so I can either do brunch or skip right to lunch.
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A big pile of (non-toaster) waffles, and a tall glass of milk.

No candles on the waffles, thankfully.
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A big pile of (non-toaster) waffles, and a tall glass of milk.

No candles on the waffles, thankfully.
I got to try one of those fancy "integrated flipping" makers last summer in Seattle. It was the first that I had seen one and now I think I want one.

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peanut butter and jam sammich...
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Scrambled eggs, toast and grapes, made for me by my wonderful loving GF.
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I make excellent toast. And can even top it off with Strawwwberry Jam. <yummy sound>
Try putting 2 slices of bread in one toaster slot, and turn the heat lower than usual--the bread gets crispy on one side and fluffy on the other. Soooo good.
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Try putting 2 slices of bread in one toaster slot, and turn the heat lower than usual--the bread gets crispy on one side and fluffy on the other. Soooo good.
Hmmm, I'll have to try that.

Oh, and sometimes a good cinnamon roll really hits the spot. Mad props to whoever invented those.
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Originally Posted by StupidlyBrave View Post
I got to try one of those fancy "integrated flipping" makers last summer in Seattle. It was the first that I had seen one and now I think I want one.

I'll bet those cost more than they are worth!

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I made the lady and her roommate french toast and bacon...mmmmmm bacon
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Okay now its brunch time. Yup I have the muffins
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Originally Posted by StupidlyBrave View Post
I got to try one of those fancy "integrated flipping" makers last summer in Seattle. It was the first that I had seen one and now I think I want one.

We have those in one of our dining halls. For as many waffles as they make a day, and the abuse they must get from a variety of students, they still produce some fine waffles. 2/4 of them even have our logo created in the waffle.
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Sweet. I'm going to eat snowy's muffin...
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Sweet. I'm going to eat snowy's muffin...

UH-oh LOL
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Sweet. I'm going to eat snowy's muffin...
I don't think that's what snowy meant by generously offering to share.

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I don't think that's what snowy meant by generously offering to share.

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Really? I think snowy needs some supervision.


(Not saying that's a bad thing, either way )
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Really? I think snowy needs some supervision.


(Not saying that's a bad thing, either way )
No, snowy is a big girl!

She would probably just say "BEER FOR ALL!"



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Really? I think snowy needs some supervision.


(Not saying that's a bad thing, either way )
Oh are you offering to help me in the kitchen?? Good, thats what I thought you were implying
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Oh are you offering to help me in the kitchen?? Good, thats what I thought you were implying

I think he wants to be a chef in the White House as well.

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Oh are you offering to help me in the kitchen?? Good, thats what I thought you were implying
Sure.

But it's time to start thinking about dinner.
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