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Old 09-16-2018, 09:15 PM   #21
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Nerissa?
NERISSA?

She said she was single...


Just kidding. Cake looks great. The sprinkles make it.

Esoecially for a 5 y.o.....
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Old 09-16-2018, 09:24 PM   #22
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That's a great cake!
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Old 09-16-2018, 09:25 PM   #23
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Taking the time and putting in the effort to make something for her with your own hands is always a good thing. Good job!

My ex-wife loved it when I made her things for her birthday... as long as I didn't forget to buy her something with diamonds and sapphires.

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Old 09-16-2018, 11:26 PM   #24
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Nerissa?
NERISSA?

She said she was single...


Just kidding. Cake looks great. The sprinkles make it.

Esoecially for a 5 y.o.....

BTW, just kidding. I re-read that, and it sounded mean.

No 5 year old likes meanies...

(kidding again)


Well done. With the girlfriend bit.

I mean cake.

Both.
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BTW, just kidding. I re-read that, and it sounded mean.

No 5 year old likes meanies...

(kidding again)


Well done. With the girlfriend bit.

I mean cake.

Both.
In time, he will get used to the warped humor of some people here.

Oh sorry, that would be humour in British.

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Old 09-17-2018, 01:53 AM   #26
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BTW, just kidding. I re-read that, and it sounded mean.

No 5 year old likes meanies...

(kidding again)


Well done. With the girlfriend bit.

I mean cake.

Both.
I didn’t mind at all!

If we can’t laugh at each other then the world would be a sad place!

Don’t forget, us Brits invented the sense of humour!
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Old 09-17-2018, 02:08 AM   #27
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I didn’t mind at all!

If we can’t laugh at each other then the world would be a sad place!

Don’t forget, us Brits invented the sense of humour!
Ssee, I can read and write in British. Just ad unnecessary letters and pronounce American words in a confusing way, and you have British.

Now, excuse me, I need to put my flat tyre into the boot, and have it repaired. I hope they don't scratch my aluminium wheel. I should probably fill the tank with petrol while I am out. One trip, and Bob's your uncle.

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Ssee, I can read and write in British. Just ad unnecessary letters and pronounce American words in a confusing way, and you have British.

Now, excuse me, I need to put my flat tyre into the boot, and have it repaired. I hope they don't scratch my aluminium wheel. I should probably fill the tank with petrol while I am out. One trip, and Bob's your uncle.

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Wow! Casey ! That is some mighty impressive British lingo y’all!
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Old 09-17-2018, 06:23 AM   #30
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Gosh darn it! Yous guys crack me up!
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My first ever cake. Please don't laugh! Hi guys, So I joined last week and am a complete cooking newbie so I thought I would show you all my first ever attempt at baking. It was my girlfriend's birthday so I made her this cake. I am sure it must look like a dreadful mess but she loved it and it actually tasted!:lol: 3 stars 1 reviews
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