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Old 07-07-2016, 10:53 AM   #21
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Same reaction I had at this breakfast. I just sat there and watched in amazement. i didn't say anything, as i didn't want her to feel self conscious. I was afraid if I made her aware of what i was witnessing, she would stop.

All kidding aside, I don't think I could have finished it myself.

Reality TV at its best! That was a beautiful stack of French toast.

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Funny story. My and my wife's tastes are so different, we never finish or share each other food. Not in the restaurant at least.


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We never share a plate either, Charlie. Partly because Himself and I enjoy opposingly different foods, and partly because he wants his own plate all to himself. It would be so much cheaper if we split, but I've never been able to retrain him.
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We never share a plate either, Charlie. Partly because Himself and I enjoy opposingly different foods, and partly because he wants his own plate all to himself. It would be so much cheaper if we split, but I've never been able to retrain him.

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