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Patty tries to talk me into one of her cinnamon rolls. I regret not taking her advice on that one.

Mourning at Lou's Diner and reflecting on the wonderment of toast

October 3rd, 2017

Patty tries to talk me into one of her cinnamon rolls. I regret not taking her advice on that one.

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