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The Tradition of Gingerbread



It adds a holiday aroma all its own. Gingerbread is not only a great hands-on tradition for Moms and their children but an ancient tradition dating back centuries.

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"Many English villages had a tradition of young women eating gingerbread men, or 'husbands,' to ensure that they would soon be married."

then along came Twiggy and they had to all be anexoric. no more gingerbread men. Just saltines and reduced fat water.
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or the bulimics who would ingest vast quantities of gingerbread then barf them back up...hence Ginger Pail
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C'mon, dvdguy, this is usually your cue to start talking.

Gingerbread is one of the few foods that tastes as good in reverse as it does going down.
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dvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the tree
yes well when I saw this, the best jokes I could think of are not appropriate to post here
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