- n. Plural form of pretzel.
“In an era where everything is instantly copyable and DRM pisses people off, it's looking less and less likely that selling paper books for a marginal royalty is going to keep us in pretzels and beer twenty years down the line.”
“It just makes me sad that a customer is being given the idea that this could actually be freshly baked bread," says Mr. Sch ä fer, shaking his head as Aldi shoppers stream past, many stopping to purchase a bag of rolls or soft pretzels from the vending machine before moving on to economy-size packs of paper towels or jars of pickles.”
“If a candy bar or bag of pretzels is removed from its spot for more than 30 seconds, the customer is charged and housekeeping crews know the number of items that need to be replaced in each room the next day.”
“Getting back to pizza for a minute, the dough for these pretzels is one that I’ve used for pizza in the past.”
“The pretzels were a bit of a doozy to get into the little marshmallows, but we managed.”
“Bake until the pretzels are a rich golden brown, but are still soft on the inside - about 15 to 20 minutes.”
“The combination of the yogurt's sweetness and the saltiness of the pretzels is a stoner's dream munchie.”
“* The pretzels are a Cupid's Heart hunt prize I stumbled upon while shopping at MIU.”
“While I'm at it, I'd also like to name pretzels the Snack of the Summer.”
“Did I really make the right decision buying the brand name pretzels to bring to work instead of the store brand pretzels?”
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