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    Pardon me, would you have any…..?

    Grey Poupon

    I think these must have been from the 80’s, since I know some of them (the cereal ones like Post) and I don’t think I watched any TV in the 90s.


    Yes Grey Poupon! 🙂

    Lilmod Ulelamaid

    lol – I knew the same ones that Health knew, and none of the others. Probably because I think I am in closer to his age than to yours, LB.

    And like Winnie the Pooh, I didn’t really watch tv in the 90’s. The ones that I, Health, and Winnie the Pooh know are from earlier. The rest must have have started in the 90’s which is why we don’t know them.


    All of them 🙂

    It’s Shake N Bake, and I helped.

    Break me off a piece of that Kit Kat bar.

    Easy breezy beautiful Cover Girl.

    If you’re good to your car, your car will be good to you, Jiffy Lube.

    Trix are for kids.

    I feel like chicken tonight.

    The best part of waking up, is Folger’s in your cup.

    They’re Grrrreat! [Frosted Flakes cereal]

    Snap, crackle, and Pop. [Rice Crispies cereal]

    Pardon me, would you have any Grey Poupon?


    What if more divorces = more children from different combo neshamas?

    Like this man and woman had children with their unified neshamot.

    And now when they remarry they will unite with another person to have children whose souls wouldn’t have been brought down otherwise.

    Then again maybe having more divorces equates to less children for each individual overall. And less of a chance to have more children in the next marriage, if that, since the years spent during a divorce and dating again may reduce the frame of fertile years.

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