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Quof

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  1. She was at Grand Central, having taken Metro North from Connecticut. Elevators and escalators available.
  2. True cooks use a tasting spoon that goes in the mouth, but never in the dish. They use a separate spoon to ladle food from the pot onto their tasting spoon.
  3. Aw, they had a donut breakfast Sunday morning. I bet it was The Holy Donut
  4. There is no "pass" to the LSAT. It's graded on a curve, and law schools consider only where you stand on the curve as one factor in admission. My classmate who is dyslexic finished in the 13th percentile and was admitted based on undergrad grades, interviews and references.
  5. A visitor can only stay in the UK for 6 months. Otherwise, she has to have a spousal, or other (eg. ancestor), visa.
  6. Nope, the little projectiles can sit on your lap for free until age 2. Wouldn't that be a fun trip - New Mexico to England, with a child too big for the bassinet so you have to hold her the entire time? And hope there is no turbulence that sends her flying.
  7. And last night, when Jesse's plane was taxiing, they showed a United plane on the runway. United doesn't fly to/from JFK.
  8. The cake was Angela-sized. Like the Darcey-sized carrot cake.
  9. But Michael was speaking his second language. What excuse do the others have? (and he probably learned it by watching American tv and movies, where everyone speaks incorrectly.)
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    Favorite Sandwich?

    But only after you follow xandwich around for a few weeks?
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    Trader Joe's

    Yep. About 10 pounds to go. In olden days, those 4 bags would have lasted 4 days.
  12. One of the many reasons I've chosen not to marry is that they expect you to live under the same roof. This sounds like a good option to me.
  13. "But at least she can say she has a husband," so says every woman of my mother's generation.
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    Trader Joe's

    I bought 4 small bags of the dark chocolate peanut butter cups the first week of June. I don't have the willpower to buy the big tub. Or at least, I never had in the past. I just ate the last one. That's 36 peanut butter cups spread over 16 weeks. Did I mention I've lost 55 pounds since February? Guess I found some willpower. But damn, I crave them every day.
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