Dark Side of the Horse by Samson for August 16, 2015

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    DamnHappyChappy  almost 9 years ago

    I think this is a repeat but it is still funny to read it again, I think.

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    Perkycat  almost 9 years ago

    I like it!

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    Sherlock Watson  almost 9 years ago

    Sing along with Sherlock: “Sundae, yummy sundae…”

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    mggreen  almost 9 years ago

    Only Horace . . .

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    sesack4th  almost 9 years ago

    Just takes 1 letter to make the day ….

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    Argythree  almost 9 years ago

    Never knew if the story was true, or just an urban myth, but there ‘s supposedly a reason why the ice cream dish was spelled that way.

    Seems that a lot of communities objected to the serving of ice cream sodas on Sundays (the Sabbath for many), as soda was seen as a stimulant. So ice cream sales on Sunday, containing a syrup on top and no soda, were given the name ’Ice Cream Sunday’ or ‘Sunday Ice Cream’, to indicate that they were soda-free.

    Then some leaders of churches objected to the name of the Sabbath day being used for an ice cream dish, so the spelling was changed.

    Like I say, maybe it’s just an urban myth…

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    bmonk  almost 9 years ago

    Our business finished it’s Y-to-K computer project on a Fridak. I believe it was back in Julk, 1999. Or maybe Mak?

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