Sassy. Snarky. Sexy.
So, in reality, I was quite busy on a cellular level, even if looked like I was napping.
I'm sorry but is the Ruben in any way a jewish sandwhich? My grandmother was jewish and I never recall her ever eating one, although she was a fan of locks and bagels. Although I like that you're at least trying to adknowlege the holiday.
hey I hope you have a happy Holiday season and thanks again for commenting on my blog
My family always makes fun of me, because I am a good little Catholic girl, who gets all reved up for hanukkah and usually, at inappropriate time shouts"Mazel Tov!!" at the top of my lungs. go figure... xoxo
You know, Jordan? I was 100% sure it was until you said something about it...now, not so much. Maybe the name *Ruben* sounds really Jewish to me...also I always refer to the bread as *Jewish Rye*.Whatever the case, I also make smores for the Chinese New Year even though they have nothing to do with it. ;-)
That's fine I sometimes eat general tso's chicken in celebration of Kwanza. It evens out.
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