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Posted: 15 Apr 19 03:59

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Buttcrack, N.J. - Sir Elton John, famed British pop star, has opened a fudge packing plant in New Jersey, hoping to cash in on the fudge craze that sweeps down the Atlantic coast during the hot summer months. "My wife and I," Sir Elton stated, "...have always loved investigating little fudge shops along the eastern seaboard during our summertime meanderings. From Cape Cod to Atlantic City, we'v.....

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Posted: 15 Apr 19 08:21
I guess, without going overboard about homophobia, this particular ditty, has certain, hidden 'brownie points' hidden in a crevice that others would not enter...However, these days, one can approach the 'sweet things of life' from all directions....

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