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Outpourings / Re: What exactly does a plan sound like?
« Last post by Roger Kettle on Today at 01:44:31 PM »
I'm just impressed how you managed to use the words "in on an" consecutively.
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Outpourings / Re: What exactly does a plan sound like?
« Last post by Mince on Today at 12:10:39 PM »
If we're not talking about "in large quantities" (as in on an industrial scale), I think you'll find people have been slicing bread "not in large quantities" ever since bread was invented, and I'm sure baguettes did not precede bread.
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Outpourings / Re: New Member
« Last post by Mince on Today at 12:07:37 PM »
A reply:

Your attempts to butter me up
Have fallen completely flat
And every single one of you
Is a complete and utter ...
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Outpourings / Re: New Member
« Last post by Diamond Lil on Today at 06:53:38 AM »
  ;D
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Outpourings / Re: What exactly does a plan sound like?
« Last post by Tarquin Thunderthighs lll on Today at 12:24:55 AM »
I think the key words are "in large quantities".  ..0
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Outpourings / Re: I found a piece of fluff
« Last post by Tarquin Thunderthighs lll on Today at 12:23:00 AM »
I never touch a drop.
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Outpourings / Re: What exactly does a plan sound like?
« Last post by Mince on Yesterday at 04:23:51 PM »
That's okay: you just have a penchant for the wrong.
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Outpourings / Re: What exactly does a plan sound like?
« Last post by Diamond Lil on Yesterday at 11:26:12 AM »
Sorry Mince, much prefer Tarqs' answer
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Outpourings / Re: What exactly does a plan sound like?
« Last post by Mince on Yesterday at 07:57:45 AM »
Actually, machine-sliced bread dates back to 1912, whereas baguettes were first baked in large quantities in 1920 when French bakers were banned from working before 4am.
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Outpourings / Re: I found a piece of fluff
« Last post by Mince on Yesterday at 07:51:05 AM »
That would be true assuming the fluff aggregated in my belly button, but this fluff was the result of serendipity.
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