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Old 10-06-08, 05:42 PM
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Fudge brownies and Grape-Nuts.

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Old 10-06-08, 05:47 PM
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nice!
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When I was woefully employed I regularly had to attend meetings that sucked the life out of me and for hours afterwards left my brain swollen and painful. And we didn't get snacks or treats or bribes. I had to sneak eat Lifesavers Peppomints to stay awake (worse if it was my turn to take the minutes).

I would have loved to have brought this in to piss off my boss and co-workers!

Sigh! So much time on my hands and no co-workers to victimize.

BTW, that is grody to the max.
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After people would figure out what the stuff was, they would say: "So, it's brownies!"

I would say: "One of them isn't."

Then I would walk away.
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Old 10-06-08, 06:39 PM
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My mother used to make "dirt dessert". It was basically some big creamy chocolate pudding stuff toped with crushed oreos to look like dirt. She'd then put it in a flowerpot and stick some fake flowers in and place it in the middle of the table. Guests were cluless as my sister and I kept eating little bits of dirt durring dinner.
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My sister makes a "kitty litter cake" for her halloween party each year.

Take spice cake and white cake and crumble it into a new litter box. Plop spoonfuls of vanilla pudding into the cake for "pee" clumps. Crush some vanilla wafers and sprinkle over top of cake so it looks like sand. Finally, take large and small Tootsie Rolls and microwave them for a few seconds until they are pliable. Mold them into kitty logs then bury some and place others on top of cake. Serve with a new poop scoop.
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Sounds delicious and makes me gag at the same time.
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