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01-17-2013, 04:57 AM
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I'm wanting to have a chocolate wellspring at my wedding, and I additionally need to do a cheddar one. I realize that certain places that lease wellsprings give cheddar ones, yet I'm wanting to purchase more diminutive wellsprings as an alternate option, so I require some assist with reference to what to put in it. I've acquired a Rival one (keeps 3-5 lbs of chocolate), and I've caught that it might be utilized for basically whatever (smoking sauce, BBQ sauce, carmel sauce, and so on.), yet I require certain parts on the most proficient method to do cheddar.
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02-03-2013, 05:14 PM
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Sometimes spam posts are so ridiculous and funny that I leave them ... with ample mockery, of course.
This was left by some moron in India. Congratulations Mr. 122.168.203.25, you're an idiot.
I've removed the spam links, and just left the test.
I think this "takes the cake" (pun intended!) at being our most dumbass spam post to date.

Ah, spammers.

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