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    these are called sausage rolls

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    Waits for all the rude comments to come flooding in…!

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    Prefer home made cooking in which much do.
    These products packed with too much salt, not healthy for those with medical issues.
    However, attending one of our many carnivals buying our fresh type like these with home made pretzel dough are awesome….
    Thanks for sharing..

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    Rude entertainment, perhaps on my account, but due to some discussions, reading advise kindly offered by some, trying to stop being so sensitive and get defensive in applying comments. Not me or my nature. Trying to stop being stiff, relax and smooth….
    2 chatters recently introduced me to something have never read before, and I love to read.
    (Echo/Sceptical Guy-)
    “Kahl Gibran, The Prophet”
    We are headed today for a hurricane, Depression Cindy. Promise of much winds, rain, flooding decided to kick off a nice start of day with coffee, 2 books, “Prophet masterpiece and The Eye.”
    Much sorrow expressed this week in a few discussions, sad. Reading this hour or so, have enjoyed thus far a sense of peace and beautifully written and explored wisdom. Sad this man died at the early age of 48. Never reading these type of books suggest anyone who wish to entertain them self and hurt others perhaps read them and find entertainment with it.
    Thank you also for your shared comment.
    Hee Hee..
    God Bless me,and America!


    Since the topic was posted, thank you for starting it, may use it for few small things..
    This week noted some hurt, pain and suffering, yes, and anger too…
    Using some new reading material found interesting also in comparing meaning which often read here in discussions…
    Gibran’s Masterpiece..(29th pg.)
    “When you are joyous, look deep into your heart,and you shall find it is only that which has given you sorrow that is giving you joy…when you are sorrowful look again in your heart, and you shall see that in truth you are weeping for that which has been your delight.”
    Would you not agree that Tennyson’s words…
    “It is better to have loved and lost, Then never to have loved at all..” similar?

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