Half Full by Maria Scrivan for December 30, 2014

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    blunebottle  over 8 years ago

    Or, you could just eat it and savour it’s wonderful fruity goodness.

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    A Martin  over 8 years ago

    You gotta get the right fruitcake (Claxton’s for me) and I like to freeze it before savoring it.

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    Zen-of-Zinfandel  over 8 years ago

    Yoga prop for planking, dog down and leg high positions

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    Toonerific  over 8 years ago

    Insect killer, as long as you drop them on the insects!

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    KayKayJam  over 8 years ago

    The fruitcakes in my country are nice and soft. You blend the fruits, which include Raisins, Currants, Cherries and prunes before adding it to the batter. I soak my fruits in wine for a year before i use it :)

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    CeeJay  over 8 years ago

    I love a well made fruitcake!!!!! When did all this anti-fruitcake stuff start? Was it Dear Abbey or the lady who wrote Life is a Bowl of Cherries,and I Got the Pits? One of the things I love about the holidays is the annual dark and fruity fruitcake! HAIL THE MIGHTY FRUITCAKE! No, I’m not talking about myself.

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    Vet Premium Member over 8 years ago

    Are those Fruit cakes or Skittle cakes?Either way I would use them as tire stops. Body armor.Get several and make a WMD.

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    Pedmar Premium Member over 8 years ago

    Not really a fan of fruitcake, but I discovered it’s not so bad if you warm it up first.

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