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08/27/2012

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JamesASinclair

The English Muffin is almost extinct in England.
We have generously donated it to you lot.

In return you have given us the Blueberry muffin: a thing that can be easily purchased at railway stations and airports.
They are almost invariably taste of clammy sawdust.

We do have the Crumpet, however, which is also toasted and looks a bit like a doughy disc in which termites have burrowed. It is delicious and you cannot have it.

Even though you have been terribly kind about my forthcoming App. It is sexy, that is exactly the point.

I will tell you more as soon as I know anything.
xxx

Jean Ann Van Krevelen

I've always had a difficult time distinguishing between English crumpets and English strumpets. Probably something I should figure out before committing to either...

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