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June 16, 2010

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Looks Good...........I say Whoopie for Whoopie Pies!!!!!!

how yummy! i can't wait to try to make this!

Holy yum! These sounds sooooo good.

Yum! I actually got around to trying some of your recipes -- the apple galette (only I used black raspberries) and buttermilk pancakes. Thanks for the great recipes!

yum, yum... my fav are pumpkin whoopie pies with cream cheese filling! to die for!

I'm in love.

oh my goodness these look yummy! ive been wanting to try this recipe since seeing it on joyofbaking.com i see a grocery store trip in my day today hahaha. its funny the first thing you thought was whoopie goldberg. the first thing i thought was "make whoopie" because I used to LOVE the newlywed show from the 60's or 70's and that's what they called it haha.

Those look so yummy!

I love all your childhood VHS movies!

mmmmm. looks delish. looks like a good 4th of July treat!

Omg! I completely loved Whoopie Goldberg as a child too! And was so happy when I saw her in Little Rascals after having thought she was the coolest in Sister Act!

Those look so good! I wish I was good at baking.

My cousin, my sister, and I LOVED Sister Act II! We would watch it all the time at my grandma's house. Oh the memories...

He asked him if he had brought any Girl Scout cookies...and then WHAT time did he plan to have his daughter home? The poor guy (he is recently 16 too!) was great and said, "whatever time you would like her home." Later, on the date (the went on a group date to Cafe Rio for dinner and then went and played games at an amusement center) he told McKay he thought her dad really did want the Girl Scout cookies. McKay told him that he was only kidding. I think Ty loves to make these poor guys nervous... She did have a really asdfnice time and he was a gentlemen. It was weird watching her get dressed to go on a date.

I laughed aloud at the first line. I felt sorry for the narrator by the last two sentences. That how it is in so many of our relationships, is it not?

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