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“In an episode they called Tarts And Tantrums, Mario played Marco, a "43-year-old accountant who secretly works the streets at night as a male hooker, called Venus the male trap".”
“… Several days ago it said: “Pop-Tarts is german for Little Iced Pastry O’ Germany.””
“Toasting Pop-Tarts is for taq’kegh vermin without honor.”
“When all day it has been ‘Browne rent boy shame’ I have been fixated by the fate of Val Temple’s amusing confections named Robin Tarts and Miss Piggy cakes.”
“The tap-tap of the trapped Russian submariners fast running out of air haunts Kursk, but so do many sounds: the cry of the daughter of a besotted new father, Mike; the eternal wrist action of the sex-mad Ken; the strange siren song of whales ( "Tarts," comments one submariner).”
“October 23rd, 2009 LONDON - An amateur dramatics group, known as the Tipton Amateur Repertory Theatre Society, had to change its abbreviated name 'Tarts', after critics deemed it sexist. he society has put on productions in schools across the Midlands for 20 years.”
“Ah, to be back in college, when you could get by on a diet consisting of Pop-Tarts, Ramen noodles, and video games.”
“Rango" is most certainly an ode to the spaghetti western as much as to Hitchcock, and I have a sneaking suspicion that Verbinski - like us - misspent part of his TV-glued youth eating Pop Tarts while watching not only Kim Novak, but also Leone's "Man With No Name.”
“The company, whose brands include Rice Krispies, Pop Tarts and Eggo waffles, also expects sales to remain strong as it introduces new products, boosts advertising and continues to reap benefits from higher prices.”
“Leslie Carrara-Rudolph , who normally plays the fairy Abby Cadabby on "Sesame Street," introduced her own creation, Lolly, a puppet who talks about throwing up Sweet Tarts and needing therapy.”
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