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  • n. Plural form of bagel.


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  • Or if you decide to bring in bagels one morning for fellow office workers — something you never would have dreamed of doing when you bought just three or four of them at a time?

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  • Spending $20 to ship $12 worth of bagels is just goofy.

    Matthew Yglesias » Monday Bagel Blogging

  • For the record (I know everyone was on the edge of their resepective seats), Pete did indeed bring in bagels today.

    A Going Away Gift For Pete

  • When Sara and I came back from New York, I'd brought him some cinnamon raisin bagels, and then dashed across town to hand them off to him (even though he was in a meeting, and couldn't chat) while they were still fresh.

    Breakfast in Bed

  • Every Wednesday at work, they bring in bagels and cream cheese, several types of each ... and the floor descends on them like vultures.

    Mmmmm...Bagel Day....

  • On the bright side, that means I don’t need to bring in bagels this week.

    Super Bowl XL Sunday

  • Well, the truth be told, it is a bit of a squeeze finding a spot on our downsized coffee table for the coffee pot and that big fat newspaper, especially if the idea of bagels and cream cheese enters the picture.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think Positive

  • PRobably same person that called the bagels from Sheetz "Schmegles". Hot Deals

  • The bagels were a huge hit, too, and the strawberry cream cheese on the plain bagel was the most popular, fyi.

    Susan B. Anderson

  • Their light salads, hearty soups, delicious sandwiches, freshly baked bread and pastries, and of course their bagels were a quick hit with Central Florida customers. Stories


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