A little slow, but he's baaaack.Originally Posted by Beemer
So is a cobbler a pie or a cake? No crust, and the batter poured in is very cakelike.
it all depends on what kind of pie or cake it is! i love me some chocolate french silk pie stuff and pumpkin pie, but chocolate cake (especially the flourless kind) is good too......but i think ill have to give pie the nod though
HARDY HAR HAR!
And we're just gonna put a happy little bush in the corner right there, and it'll be our little secret. AND IF YOU TELL ANYONE! THAT, THAT BUSH IS THERE! I WILL COME TO YOUR HOUSE! AND I WILL CUT YOU!
Fixed. Not to slow for TB6. See ya there.Originally Posted by going_home
Last edited by Beemer; 03-07-2012 at 01:54 AM.
Troll. Its ok you can say you like PIE. I like cake. It just so happens I like PIE better then CAKE. You clearly must have missed the Pole results so far on THIS Forum. PIE Wins. So go away.Originally Posted by Ando
Cake you savages!!
Originally Posted by Beemer
If I had the funds for the plane/room/food I'd sure nuff like to go.
I wonder if obama cares I dont have the funds to go to meet the tunameister ?
Pie of course is the word people//
Is Dayspring Pie or Cake?
If its the Cake I got the dibs on his Pie.
Only cake worthy is cheesecake, and its really a pie in disguise.
"When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty." Thomas Jefferson
Strawberry rhubarb pie, yums
What happened to Beemer ?
Is he down in Tuna's celler by the axe ?
The cake is a pie
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I go both ways depending on the desert at hand.
Just remember people, in march it will be 3-14 all month long.
With whip cream, of course !
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To heck with both pie and cake... it's all about CANNOLIS!. Which, I will be bringing two boxes of to TB8 FRIDAY!
Must be a N Y thing.
Never heard of that.
Pumpkin, pecan, peach, and apple pie... Dang, now I reallllly want pie.
Lets dont forget George Washingtons favorite, cherry pie.
Never been a cherry fan
Peach, cherry, sweet potato, and pumpkin.