“It is easy to turn up with a bunch of quotes from the many books on...– AdGrads: WPP Fellowship Round 2
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For breakfast, we eat the following: debes mixed with tahini , the debes is made out of carob, the tahini paste is made with sesame just like you make the peanut butter. So you eat it with pita bread. We eat honey with bread & butter. Jam spread with butter & bread. eggs, Black & green olives with bread, cucumbers,& tomatoes, labneh, which is drained yoghurt, & becomes thick...
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The It Bag is a totally marketed bulls**t crap. You make a bag, you put all the...– The fashion of Bottega Veneta’s Tomas Maier
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What you need to decide is whether you would like to feel smug about your bag...– Hadley Freeman