Also, "baquette?" Is that like a "baguette?"
Well, according to the OED, a baquet is a small tub. A fresh one daily?
What do fall and cheese have to do with each other? Cheese is good any time of year!
yI think it's a fun little exercise, wherein one remarks on the season and supplies any noun, something like the following:Summer has arrived."Think chairs."Winter has arrived."Think boulders."Spring has arrived."Think chinchillas."
Check out the recipe for Baquette at recipeland.com and you'll see that it's a "Classic white bread."
I need to adopt this "slogan" for my own blog - BowlofCheese.com - just because my stuff isn't only good in the fall, it's Cheese-time all the time when you're at www.bowlofcheese.com "Think Cheese!"Maybe I'll change it to "Thank Cheese!"Jeff
OH MY GOSH!!! HE WAS SERIOUS! That really IS the name of his website. I felt the teeniest bit foolish typing it in to go there- but it exists. Not bad either.
what the hell is in that window display? it looks like watercoloring supplies or something. i kinda expected cheese. with fall leaves and stuff.
they certainly keep some sign-maker busy, if they require a new slogan for every season.
> Check out the recipe for Baquette> at recipeland.com and you'll see> that it's a "Classic white bread."No, it's not. A baGuette is a type of French bread, yes, but I've no idea what a baQuette is./D.
*Wonders if "Think Cheese" is anything like head cheese**Hopes not**Wonders if baquette is a baguette in a different shape--perhaps a sitting position*
*ponders if this is more or less contrived than actually referring to oneself in third person.*considers adding my name at the beginning of the sentences to make them complete.*decides against it, as entire point would be lost.*scratches ass and calls it a day.
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