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 Post subject: Re: Sunday's Brunch Lunch is
New postPosted: August 10th, 2017, 11:15 pm 
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First off, I'll get my yum out of the way: Yum, JimZ!...Now me and breakfast: Anytime. Breakfast or lunch or dinner or supper.

But Y'awll needs ta scroll back to JimZ's photo of that plate, and we don't need a trench-coated nagging gum-shod Lieutenant Detective to see the evidence: Y'awll will notice how clean that plate is and there was no bread for sopping in the photo; too, as Y'awll go back and bear witness, Y'awll will note those golden egg yolks oozing out. Thus, it is deduced, JimZ licked the plate.


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 Post subject: Re: Sunday's Brunch Lunch is
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Ah Ha, CittiS, take another look, you sleuth you. Two nice slices of toasted bread did 90% of the cleaning and yes, I licked the plate. Can't waste any of that maple syrup or any other crumbs left.


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