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“But I have been known to sneak a Pop-Tart out of the vending machine at school.”
“Get some offers to direct some quirky FreeCreditReport or Pop-Tart commercials.”
“And tomorrow morning before he gets his Pop-Tart, Dirk find get a rake and clean the gutters 7. YELLOW BUS.”
“I stuffed some into a Pop-Tart like pastry that I made with leftover pie dough scraps (I promise the pie is coming soon!), but I have to admit my favourite method of enjoyment is off a rather large spoon.”
“It's what makes us wonder whether OnStar would have courted Amelia Earhart, and has us wishing that Pop-Tarts had been around to cash in on Sir Edmund Hillary's trek up Everest, since you can toast one of those little suckers at base camp and a Pop-Tart will still be too hot to eat by the time you reach the summit.”
““Yum,” I say a second later, around a mouthful of my own Pop-Tart.”
“Then he licks Pop-Tart crumbs off his fingers and brushes some off his lap.”
“Consider whoever had any expectations of the Pop-Tart beyond a breakfast food?”
“And now I find I have a hankering to try a deep-fried Pop-Tart.”
“Two soymilks and one Pop-Tart later, we arrive at the mountain bike trails without much fuss.”
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