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Homemade Nutella Oreos! These easy copycat Oreo Cookie recipe is filled with a Nutella filling. http://www.crazyforcrust.com/2016/05/homemade-nutella-oreos-recipe/ #recipe #Oreo
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Chocolate Tuxedo Cake

This is for those with a SERIOUS sweet tooth! Look at all of that rich and creamy chocolate drizzling down that yummy chocolate cake.

Recipe: http://www.nelliebellie.com/easy-chocolate-tuxedo-cake/
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A graffiti artist painted this Roadrunnerish tunnel, this is what happened afterwards.😏
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Il est vert ?
Clique dessus il est multicolore
Partage il est bleu mauve 😎😏
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Chord, strings, we brings... Bert and Ernie......
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There's hope for you yet, broccoli.
(I don't mind broccoli actually, as long as it isn't all stalks.)
 
Broccoli Tots

INGREDIENTS

12 ounces broccoli, cut into small florets
1/4 cup scallions, thinly sliced
2 large garlic cloves, finely diced 
2/3 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1 egg, beaten
2/3 cup breadcrumbs
Salt & pepper
Optional: 2 tsp Sriracha (optional but recommended!)

PREPARATION

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

Fill a medium saucepan with water and bring to a boil. Aggressively season it with salt. Blanch the broccoli in boiling water for about two minutes. Drain and finely chop the cooked broccoli. In a mixing bowl, add broccoli, scallions, garlic, cheddar, egg, and breadcrumbs. Optional: add hot sauce of choice. Mix well and chill in the refrigerator for 15-20 minutes.

Spray a nonstick baking sheet with nonstick spray. Shape the mixture into tot shapes and spread them evenly on the sheet.

Bake for 8-9 minutes. Flip and then bake for an additional 8-9 minutes on the other side until golden brown.
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A girl has a hard time knowing when her grande latte is ready.
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I'll pass on the flannel, but the beard just happens anyway.
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The word thug has become the new substitute pejorative for conservatives who really want to use another ugly, derogatory word to describe African Americans. The irony is in the political correctness of it, since conservatives normally love to criticize political correctness, as if being a respectful, unprejudiced human being is something that needs criticism.

Why don't you just use the word you really want to use? We know you want to. Are you simply afraid it will make you appear racist? I have some advice then: stop being a racist.
In recent past the word thug has been receiving quite a lot of attention, following its use to describe rioters, looters, and occasionally, non-violent
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You may have heard of Nigerian email scams before, but how about Jamaican phone scams? Because I just got one of those for the first time.

I received a call from 876 area code, which my phone identified as originating from Jamaica.

I don't know anyone in Jamaica. This should be good. :)

I answered, and the guy on the other end automatically introduced himself with slow speech and a very subtle accent. We'll refer to him as "Jim" since I've already forgotten his name, if that even was his real name. Jim then told me that I was a sweepstakes winner and asked if I received mail about it.

Me: "No."
Jim: "You are living in California, ok?"
Me: "Ok."

Jim then proceeded to inform me that I had won $2.5 million from sweepstakes. "Ok?"
Me: "Ok."

And a "2000 and 16" Mercedes Benz (he didn't tell me which class though, hmm). "Ok?"
Me: "Ok." (I should've asked which class; now I'll never know.)

And a two-story house. Yes, he said exactly that, "two-story house, ok?".
Me: "Ok."
I can't help but wonder what possessed him to throw that in on top of everything else. He didn't even say where the house was!

Then Jim asked again if I had received mail from the sweepstakes company, with the tone that it seemed incredulous that I hadn't received any mail correspondence at all yet.
Me: "No."

I think at this point he was getting so excited that he had made it this far without getting hung up on, that he let his accent slip into the conversation, and I could no longer understand the questions he was asking. It sounded like, "Are you at home?"
Me: "No."
Jim: "Are you alone?" (Maybe he was asking that? I have no idea.)
Me: "No."

I'm beginning to think that he's asking a different question altogether, because he started to raise his tone.
Jim: "ARE YOU ??? (HOME? ALONE? A PHONE?) ?"
Me: "I'm not at home."

Jim paused briefly.
Jim: "Are you at work, sir?"
Me: "No."
Jim: "Where are you?"
Me: "I don't know."
Jim: "You don't know where you are?"
Me: "No. I'm not at home."

A second of silence. Then Jim replies:
"F!@# you." [click]

At least Nigerian scammers are more polite. And more realistic. I mean, I might believe winning a couple million, but a car and house on top of it? Even Nigerian scammers aren't that stupid. And that's saying a lot, considering my previous post (https://plus.google.com/104775516666000369817/posts/PcxRTmGHBjW).

If you're in the market for a two-story house located.. somewhere, feel free to give Jim a call:
+1 876-820-2235
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