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Jun 30, 2020

what do you do when you can't sleep?
grilling hacks from the pros
favorite meal when you were a kid
when is too early in the day to have an "adult beverage"
would you do any of these things for you significant other
famous tv dogs
how will school be different in the fall
ashley and brad play password
a hot air balloon ride for $125,000...would you do it??
famous smells from history
goodbye/fun's national waffle iron day The waffle iron is usually two honeycomb-patterned metal plates hinged together. A person pours or places the batter between the heated plates and then closes it to bake the waffle. Waffle irons got their start in the 14th century in the Low Countries. Even the earliest designs that were used over an open fire would have elaborate designs such as coats of arms and religious symbols. The first patent in the USA for a waffle iron was in 1869, submitted by Cornelius Swarthout. In 1911, General Electric produced a prototype electric waffle iron. The first electric waffle iron was available to the general public in 1918.