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it's over $21 for a half doz and just under $40 for a dozen that includes tax

 

the onliest* problem with that is i ain't the one selling 'em ;)

 

*for the walter crowd--onliest indicates a more intense onliness which is of course a uniquer word and less ordinarial icon_lol.gif

favorite slogan "you sweet talker, Betty Crocker"

 

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post #17 of 18
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Originally Posted by -K8memphis View Post

it's over $21 for a half doz and just under $40 for a dozen that includes tax

 

the onliest* problem with that is i ain't the one selling 'em ;)

 

*for the walter crowd--onliest indicates a more intense onliness which is of course a uniquer word and less ordinarial icon_lol.gif

whatwho?!?

post #18 of 18
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Originally Posted by scrumdiddlycakes View Post

whatwho?!?

 

in post 130 on page 9 and following of the current spell check thread

 

here http://cakecentral.com/t/755756/spelling-pet-peeves

 

i softly gently and quietly asked if the spell checkers posting in there thought they might be

 

wound a little tight

 

so in the beclouded cliff notes version this is what happened next:

 

they quickly formed a gang but i offered up memphis on a barbeque and potential copyright infringement ensued (but i think somebody's mom might still be after me ;) so they are now forever more known to me by the name 'the walters' the 'wound-a-little-tight-ers' ;)

 

mebbe the pacific details are more unique than thet but etz clothes icon_lol.gif

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