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Nov 29, 2022

cyber monday...have you ordered more online over the last few years?
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holiday decoration injuries
most searched slang words 2022 according to quillbot
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ok to ask for super specific item for kids for the holidays?
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when the customer isn't always right
thanksgiving was going great until______
goodbye/fun facts.... National French Toast Day.  You know — that thick, sweet, savory dish that’s become a staple of the American breakfast.  The base consists of eggs and milk whisked together. Bread is dipped into the mixture and fried until golden. Many people also add some sugar, vanilla, and cinnamon to the base.  The French do not call this French toast. It’s called “pain perdu,” or “lost bread,” because you can literally use stale bread to make it.  Food historians believe the term “French” does not even mean France;  instead, it refers to the verb “to French” which means “to slice” in Old Irish. So, “French toast” is actually “sliced toast.”  Irish settlers traveling to the U.S. and Canada may have brought the term with them.  however, if you travel toHong's called "Western toast"