Sunday goodies

And it’s allllllll mine …
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It should surprise no one that I’ve been stress-eating a lot lately, but in my defense, chocolate is delicious.

Today is both World Baking Day and National Devil’s Food Cake Day, so sit back and enjoy what’s being baked up for you. Watch for paw prints, though.

I feel so violated … and delicious.
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I can’t find my ball … I must eat all the pies to find it!
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Can I get it without the pan?
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Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, can I have some?
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There’s no cloves in this, is there? I can’t have cloves.
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Funny … doesn’t taste like chocolate chip …
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Paul Hollywood will not be shaking her paw … dang …
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Thanks, pup … will you leave the liver treats out this time, please?
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I’ll allow it. You already touched them anyway.
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But those are pupcakes … that’s OK, I’ll eat ’em!
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This is why I prefer communicating in writing.
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Can. I. Have. A. Cookie. Please?
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Hopefully it’s just cat litter.
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24 thoughts on “Sunday goodies

    • People with nothing better to do, I guess. 😉 August is replete with food holidays, though I think some other months might have caught up since I did a story on August food holidays years ago.

      There’s a National Pizza Day in February, when you might be able to get a free slice, and there’s National Pizza Month in October, but doubtful you’d be able to get a whole pie free. I can’t have it unless it’s chicken with a cream sauce, and minus garlic. IBS sucks, especially when two of your brothers have pizza restaurants back home.


  1. Since I have been warned that chocolate is poisonous to dogs, I would not give any to Marlow the Golden Retriever no matter how much he begs for it. If he really wants something, he will try to convince me that he hasn’t had anything to eat for ten years (he is nine years old now).


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