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  • n. A satisfying meal


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  • And though that story of Duke John Ernestus Mansfield [III. 7] [III. i] be not so easily swallowed, that at his death his heart was found not to be so big as a nut; yet if the bones of a good skeleton weigh little more than twenty pounds, his inwards and flesh remaining could make no bouffage, [III. 8] but a light bit for the grave.

    Religio Medici, Hydriotaphia, and the Letter to a Friend

  • Oui donc comme j'ai un air de famille, parait-il, avec notre petit geni (mais juste au niveau du bouffage de tablette de chocolat et des cernes ...

    pinku-tk Diary Entry


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