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April 02, 2008

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I am SO hooking up Bacon Tammy at the Herald. The Inside Track gals like it when two Tammy's make out (my wife just walked in, incidentally, and suggested, "You should say, 'Get it on'"), so maybe we can squeeze you in somewhere between Tom and Giselle's man-purse buying spree in Paris and Cambridge homeys Matt Damon and Ben Affleck writing a sequel to their 1997 hit entitled, "Good Tammy Stripping."

No booze-based dessert cookoff? Ah well. I guess I'll just have to make my own.

Oh, I am SO relieved.

Heh. Creme eggs solve everything. Always.

Well, I dunno. I was all ready to watch the battle. Made popcorn and everything! :-)

BTW -- Bacon Tammy is REALLY GOOD at making out!

Whew, I'm so glad war was averted.

I'm not going to lie to you -- now that you're blogging about stripping and making out with archenemy bloggers, you're pulling the strongest numbers among my key demographic (I am a market of one) since you blogged about Gingerbread-House disposal in early 2007.

Results: Well, it's your lucky week because there's a gingerbread house on top of the fridge that's all primed and ready for its 2008 launch!

Mary: Close call.

Non-Bacon Tammy: It takes two to tango!

Ann: I can talk a good game from behind my computer, but you can pretty much always count on me to chicken out in the end.

Aforkfulofspaghetti: The UN needs more creme eggs, I think.

Robert: Liar.

Adele: The truce documents said nothing about NOT having booze-based dessert cook-offs.

Hater: Excellent. We'll have to find someone better than me to play myself, though.

Might you have your make-out session available on videotape?

My young wife's birthday is coming up and I'd like to give her something special.

Do I hear a future Food Network series in the make? Two people commenting about the identical food or recipes at the same time would be different than one chef claiming their dish that they made was just so "delicious". Does anyone out there remember "Roger and Ebert" who would talk about the same movie and have two very different reviews? I like a good fight, and cadbury eggs doesn't cut it-how about a review of a restaurant or two by both Tammys with a vegan/non-vegan perspective?

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