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We should talk about how awesome theoreticalboy is, maybe that will help.
Who needs maple syrup anyway when you have no waffle maker? *sniff*
At least there's theoreticalboy.
The least we can do is to offer you a handkerchief to dry your tears with.
This thread is so cute, kittens post pictures of it to derail ill-tempered forum threads.
This thread predicted "This Thread" !
Well in a case like this one could perhaps suggest eating pancakes but most people that eat waffles tend to frown on the rather plain pancake. Pancakes have no style to them, no pattern or design, indeed they are to be avoided.
I ve been doing some research online and have found that Mr T Grobe has been selling fake sundials on e-Bay.
has his waffle maker really broken or is this just another scam?
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