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how many Ponczki's did you eat yesterday?


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3 minutes ago, bikeman564™ said:

but the shelves were bare.

So was that a 'sign' that you should not have any Ponczki's?

Or..  it was just a supply chain problem?  ;)

Me... I figured 'fat Tuesday' was a reminder I'm already fat enough... I had none.

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None.  I saw a grocery store display, but they only had cream and lemon with powder.  The raspberry ones were glazed and the glazed looked a little icky

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None...I wore my Mardi Gras beads..and celebrated Fat Tuesday..however..Today is Fat Wednesday...I am still fat :whistle:...tomorrow is Fat Thursday..Friday will be Fat Friday...and the cycle will continue..until I feel less fat :nyanya:

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32 minutes ago, MoseySusan said:

I didn’t have any of those. I don’t know what it is. 

How can you see out the kitchen window while living under a rock?

Asking for a friend.

 

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Here they are sold in my LGS as Paczki for most of February ending yesterday.  I didn't buy any this week as we have had for a month already.  We might have some more on Pulaski Day.

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1 minute ago, Kzoo said:

How can you see out the kitchen window while living under a rock?

Asking for a friend.

 

Tell your friend we live under, beside, above, through, around, between, and inside rocks out here. 

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9 minutes ago, MoseySusan said:

Tell your friend we live under, beside, above, through, around, between, and inside rocks out here. 

Just as soon as I see him again.

 

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I had two. 🙈 I blame my coworker. We had two dozen there, so she said we had to have two. 

Huron Mountain Bakery in Marquette made 16,400 and figured they might have 100 left over. Sheesh!!

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4 minutes ago, smudge said:

I had two. 🙈 I blame my coworker. We had two dozen there, so she said we had to have two. 

Huron Mountain Bakery in Marquette made 16,400 and figured they might have 100 left over. Sheesh!!

I'm not sure what my local bakery made, but I wish they had 1 left :( 

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I didn't eat any - I didn't see any in the supermarket that usually carries such stuff.

A month ago, they had the German Fastnacht donuts - basically square-shaped glazed donuts without a hole.

They were $7.99 for 12 small ones.  I tried them but I wasn't impressed.

Fastnacht Day was also Shrove Tuesday, but I didn't buy any more.

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25 minutes ago, jsharrwick said:

I do not eat things I cannot pronounce and I am not sure those are even allowed in Texas, whatever they are.

It's spelled paczki (and nice Irish word -_-) and pronounced (POONCH-kee).  I've also heard people incorrectly pronounce it (POOCH-kee).  Now that you are armed with that info you can buy a box of them for your office next year and have a couple.

 

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3 hours ago, Kzoo said:

It's spelled paczki (and nice Irish word -_-

 

I use that a lot!! Lots of Polish or Finlander names up here. I always say, "That's a good Irish name!" You'd be surprised how many people reply with, "Oh really?" No, dumbass.

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5 hours ago, jsharrwick said:

I do not eat things I cannot pronounce and I am not sure those are even allowed in Texas, whatever they are.

They are sooooo good.    

Then again...  there is this.   Paczkis: The Jelly Donut That Puts The "Fat" In Fat Tuesday    At 425 calories each...   it doesn't take too many to totally blow up my goal for losing some more weight.

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1 hour ago, smudge said:

I use that a lot!! Lots of Polish or Finlander names up here. I always say, "That's a good Irish name!" You'd be surprised how many people reply with, "Oh really?" No, dumbass.

Yup. This.

it’s a joke.......

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