One Big Happy by Rick Detorie for August 26, 2019


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    pschearer Premium Member 7 months ago

    Aren’t hole foods bagels and donuts?

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    PoodleGroomer  7 months ago

    Hole foods is doughnuts.

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    Anathema Premium Member 7 months ago

    They mean the expensive foods.

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    Twonky  7 months ago

    I think Ruthie means they come from a hole in the ground.

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    Dani Rice  7 months ago

    I was explaining that people in the 1700s ate root vegetables during the winter months, and the kid asked me what those were.

    “What foods grow underground?”

    They had no idea, but they were certain they would never eat any thing that grew in dirt. These were country kids, not children who grew up in the city. We had quite a discussion. I’m not sure all of them believed me.

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    KevDoneIt  7 months ago

    mom and dad won’t get the joke, or can they read the conversation?

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    stevej Premium Member 7 months ago

    We have a Whole Foods near us, its one they took over when they bought Wild Oats. The store is small. I call it the Half Foods.

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    DonaldH1  7 months ago

    We have a new donut shop in the small town where I live . Name: Hole Foods. Pretty good pastries, but expensive.

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    kab2rb  7 months ago

    Oh Ruthie that is just the start of foods.

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    dwane.scoty1  7 months ago

    De Penne!

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