Given the choice, which comes first?
How are these reconciled ?
Is one of them the greatest ?
I'll take door #7, Bob. Oh, and some feta. Thanks, PG! And some tildes, too.
You're asking the wrong questions.
The first question to ask is ... what's the difference?
As far as I can see, they are all the same thing. You can't put one first without putting all first.
There is no need to reconcile what is already One, and they are all equally the greatest.
Such has been my experience, such as it is ...
On past performance, you're about to tell us Love is the greatest. But have you considered a really fine cheese-board?
Blessed are the cheese makers.
Emmental - the holey of holeys
I dunno about immaculate! That young guy with the girl under his arm is gonna notice that loose titty any second now.
Have never laughed so hard, honestly. Can barely type. BTW, about the cheese knowledge, cheese gluttony is not perceived to be a good thing by all, if you know what I mean.
PS I literally have tears running down my face.
That is great art PG is putting up. I'm still having trouble with smilies!
To my family's consternation I only like Parmesan cheese. I remember how we went on a tour of a cheese factory and everyone was excited by the free samples, except me. They kept saying I should try these because this was one of the small factories that made quality cheeses, but I was more interested in the soda machine. So I drank a soda as everyone went gaga over the cheese. I just have never warmed up to this food .
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