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Baked Potatoes

Sure, her skin is smooth and her belly so tight you could bounce a quarter off of it, but, does she know her way around a juicy piece of prime rib served with a baked potato loaded to overflowing with butter, sour cream, chives, bacon bits and little green onions?

    TAGS:  baked potatoes, prime rib, tight bellies, oh yes she does

Stan’s Defense :: Br. Ezra

Stan’s proclivity toward speaking constantly in the past tense was symptomatic of his rare form of epilepsy and not, as the police would later testify in court, indicative of his being guilty of murdering his wife – the defense would remind the jury that Stan had not taken his medication that day – while Stan would insist that, while he had thought of murdering his wife from time to time, he would not do so on Thursday because Thursday was meatloaf and baked potato night.

    TAGS:  baked potatoes, epilepsy, meatloaf, speaking in the past tense


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