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Daiya vegan non dairy cheesecake oh yum

Daiya vegan non dairy cheesecake - oh yum! Hard knocks Methacton school alum ofttimes finds ruing his fate while squarely planted on me bum disheveled and unshaven, whereby gray stubble encrusted with wayward synonymous days old crumb - after wolfing delectable entitled treat buttered fingers drubbing upon tabletop analogous to playing a drum oy vey, yours truly cannot believe he ate the whole thing - argh... my poor tum. ALDI GIANT supermarkets (within small radius of miles from me Schwenksville, Penna abode) sell delicious delectable treat goading, inspiring, and spurring me to craft poem essentially patronizing manufacturer, whose skilled food technicians engineered absolute winning dessert courtesy their natural born talent schooled (most likely at culinary institute) possibly supplemented insync with advanced degrees at other institutions of higher learning after various and sundry trials and error concocting mouthwatering secret recipe. Lemme use hypothetical situation to accent chew ate, how alluded dessert tastes great, especially when rumble in tumbly clamors for glorious goody regarding appetite to satiate unfortunately circumstances force your truly to wait. If (the following constitutes far fetched scenario) stranded on a desert island, I after falling to Earth when parachute fails to open, weighed down by an excess of Daiya vegan non dairy cheesecakes, would finagle an empty pie tin to signal an SOS. If left to my own devices, (where you dear reader would discover one humbug), I would be forced to scrounge around rubbing two sticks together to create warmth plus distilling oils - derived from edible herbaceous plants, whence I would ejaculate (not prematurely) - olé to sauté said greens with wild mushrooms.

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