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    Probably not what you were going for, but I enjoyed many free meals while traveling for work in my previous life as a mid-level corporate cog. Nothing better than dining on the company dime when you're in NYC or Vegas.

    I have to say the most memorable free item I've ever gotten was at Carrabba's in Green Hills.
    Posted by Lesley Eats

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    Start working at home with Google! It's by-far the best job I've had.
    Posted by kariwe

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    Hahahahaha thanks for the laugh. This is the biggest load of crap I have ever seen because not only does Coconut Oil soothe my Eczema, and I've tried everything on the market.
    Posted by youareanidiot

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    So many unimaginative commenters. Leslie, I agree it seems a waste to spit it out so I swallow.
    Posted by Angus

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    Thanksgiving dinner at Finns Beachside Pub in Flagler Beach FL is the bomb...if you are lonely on turkey day and spend a great day at the beach and so thankful you are away from the horrible (sometimes) BNA weather....go to Finn's versus trying to find something open on thanksgiving
    Posted by Joshua Chamberlain

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    I went to F. Scott's once and got a plate of sweet potato fries with a drink at the bar. A guy and his girlfriend sit beside me, and the guy asks me if I liked the fries.
    Posted by Henry Garcia

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    I've made $64,000 so far this year w0rking 0nline and I'm a full time student. I'm using an 0nline business opportunity I heard about and I've made such great m0ney.
    Posted by wujuxu

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    This cat is one of the very few reasons that I can enjoy my time in this state. I'd go but I'm too busy using the skills he has shared with me through his books and workshops.
    Posted by Ida Know

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    Plays clean as country water, wild as mountain dew
    Posted by pogo

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    When my wife was pregnant with our first child, we stopped in Bro's when he was on Murphy Rd. Darrell came over to visit and ask about the baby. We were already a week over due and had set a date to induce if it went much longer.
    Posted by BW

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    We stopped by Dozen Bakery in Wedgewood-Houston on Saturday to get a big box of assorted cookies and pastries as a gift for my boyfriend's family. The girl behind the counter said that she accidentally smashed the Black and Tan while assembling the box so she gave us an extra one for free.
    Posted by Vanderbecca

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    How is this an ATM? Do you have to pre-purchase cupcakes and they hold a balance for you?
    Posted by wat

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    No! It's literally a walk up machine. Like an updated vending machine that's refrigerated!
    Posted by sprinkleslover

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    This is really interesting and enlightening. Looking forward to the next installment.
    Posted by Carrie

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    Not a huge fan of Sprinkles cupcakes but I am a huge fan of silly gimmicks (and 24 hour sweets) so I will probably check this out at some point.
    Posted by Carrie

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    Kinda sad actually, hopefully someone can devise a system whereby we can get better food into the kids in a more uniform fashion with less waste. Maybe the kids can learn a little something along the way instead of what we currently have in place.
    Posted by Westendrail

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    Lunch has been fraught all along for my high schooler. SHe couldn't identify food, she didn't see anything she wanted, and she often just took what they gave her and didn't eat it.
    Posted by Nicki P. Wood

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    My son goes to a MNPS magnet high school. He brings his lunch and a water bottle daily because of the long lines and short time allotted for lunch.
    Posted by nashgal

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    this is no longer something i love, but when i was about 10 years old my mom scored a huge bag of frozen chicken mcnuggets from a regional manager. i had access to chicken mcnuggets for months; a dream come true for a kid.
    Posted by loveandnachos

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    Nicki--Thing is, her experience was VERY similar to mine except that we had lunch ladies plating our food for us. You'd think that a serve-yourself line would speed things up, but it doesn't seem to, particularly for little kids.
    Posted by Lesley Eats

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