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“An older gentleman came our way as he was making his way to his own car and as he passed my window (which was down), he said, with a tip of his hat, "Bon appetit!" and continued his stroll.”
“Bon appetit, he says, already deep into laying out the May Magazine, which features an essay about food (and a recipe) by Linda Sue Park along with madeleines from Arnolf Adoff, Jack Gantos, Lynne Rae Perkins and Peter Sis.”
“You ought to get out more Kenneth …. cheers pretend guy and bon appetit!”
“Rachel did do a “bon appetit” on their lyingasses.”
“In Hebron, the West Bank's largest city, the blue debit cards had the words "bon appetit" written in Arabic on them.”
“Hey, all you writers who say Tim Raines was never dominant: Bon appetit.”
“JOYCE: So as the Neanderthals liked to say around the campfire: Bon appetit.”
“Gentlemen, thank you both very much, and bon appetit.”
“It can be as simple as "Welcome to each of you, bon appetit.”
“Just found this blog via the bon appetit award link (congratulations).”
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