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The spice must flow - and in the South End, it's free

Free spice in the South End

Dev shows us some old spices in the South End today.

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Or flee?

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Zoom in. That's an r. Plus the use of the word "flee" would be way off. Unless the writer is telling everyone who walks by to flee and get the fukkouttathheahhh!!!

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That one broke the sound barrier.

Right over your head.

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They would appreciate bubble gum in return.

Suldog
http://jimsuldog.blogspot.com

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I thought they were asking for some fleen.

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There's probably no rat poison in them.

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The stationery is clearly dated "Jan 27th." No takers yet?

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someone's South End personal chef really did not want to make that curry with a meringue topping for dinner tonight.

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I vote that we make this blend, henceforth, the new pumpkin spice.

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Just in time for your Allston Christmas baking needs!

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What about the Lewis Carroll quote at the bottom? I'm surprised no one picked up on that yet!

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Dune, Arrakis, (breathless pause) desert planet.

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You go all-out, you go Old Spice!

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tartar, 98% unused. Damned if I can remember what I used that 1/4 teaspoon for, way back when. If pressed, maybe some kind of pancake recipe?

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I remember My Mom making those when I was a kid. They were quite good, as I remember. I'll have to make them myself someday and see if they're worth resurrecting as popular New England cuisine.

Cream of Tartar Biscuits

Suldog
http://jimsuldog.blogspot.com

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