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message 1: by Keeley (new)

Keeley | 22 comments I am of the opinion that instead of just having toast and burnt toast in the system of classification, we should also have bread, dough, and un-risen bread dough. What do y'all think? You can add in more if you want :)


message 2: by Meleah (new)

Meleah Shepard | 14 comments Does this mean flour is classified as the boring & completely unattractive?


message 3: by Keeley (new)

Keeley | 22 comments Something like that, I guess. Like the Barron in Scarlet Pimpernel.


message 4: by Felicity (new)

Felicity Johnson (timelessstrawberry) | 101 comments Mod
Which guy was the Barron? What do you think we should have Baby Frank as? Bread? And Darcy (The-Way You-Imagine-Him Darcy, not Movie Darcy)? And every other literary man in existence?


message 5: by Keeley (new)

Keeley | 22 comments The Barron is the guy that *SPOILER ALERT takes Louis into Austria at the end.


message 6: by Meleah (new)

Meleah Shepard | 14 comments Baby Frank is toast that popped out of the toaster too early. He's barely sizzled toast!


message 7: by Felicity (new)

Felicity Johnson (timelessstrawberry) | 101 comments Mod
That is a very accurate depiction. With some nice, tasty butter spread on him.


message 8: by MeKency (new)

MeKency | 61 comments Mod
Haha! Yes! Perfect description:)


message 9: by Felicity (new)

Felicity Johnson (timelessstrawberry) | 101 comments Mod
And honey to make it sweet!


message 10: by MeKency (new)

MeKency | 61 comments Mod
I was thinking the other day of where Sir Percy would be on the bread scale. Most times he is TOAST and then other times he is like molding dough.


message 11: by Felicity (new)

Felicity Johnson (timelessstrawberry) | 101 comments Mod
That is so true. Hmm. Maybe we should just classify him as bread, to be heated up or unmade as circumstances dictate:)


message 12: by Felicity (new)

Felicity Johnson (timelessstrawberry) | 101 comments Mod
What should we rate Sherlock? 'Cause he's supposed to be weird looking, but most of the time, I still see him as attractive in a strange way.


message 13: by Keeley (new)

Keeley | 22 comments Which Sherlock?


message 14: by Felicity (new)

Felicity Johnson (timelessstrawberry) | 101 comments Mod
Choose one.


message 15: by Felicity (last edited Jun 21, 2015 09:27PM) (new)

Felicity Johnson (timelessstrawberry) | 101 comments Mod
Oh, it has been declared that a new catagory should be salted toast: attractive personages bearing un-attractive personalities.


message 16: by Jessica (new)

Jessica | 20 comments So is that like Wickham? And if I remember correctly, I put salt on my toast and liked it........... Oh dear.


message 17: by Felicity (new)

Felicity Johnson (timelessstrawberry) | 101 comments Mod
Why did you put salt on your toast??


message 18: by Jessica (new)

Jessica | 20 comments I wanted more salty buttered toast. Maybe I was low on sodium.


message 19: by MeKency (new)

MeKency | 61 comments Mod
I don't think Wickham would be in that category. When they first meet him he is very agreeable. He lacks character not personality. What kind of toast should he and Willoughby be?


message 20: by MeKency (new)

MeKency | 61 comments Mod
I think the prince from Enchanted is salted toast. What do y'all think?


message 21: by Jessica (new)

Jessica | 20 comments NO!! Well maybe barely salted. Willoughby and Wickham are toast with rancid butter.


message 22: by MeKency (new)

MeKency | 61 comments Mod
What do you mean barely salted? You don't find him annoying? Ah! So I looks good until you bite into it!


message 23: by Meleah (new)

Meleah Shepard | 14 comments Willoughby & Wickham are cinnamon & sugar toast. Looks delicious. it's everything a girls dreamed of. Then you take a bite & realize it's sea salt, not sugar. They try to cover their bad salt with their cinnamon, wooing ways.


message 24: by MeKency (new)

MeKency | 61 comments Mod
YAS! It is perfect! So what about the attractive/annoying personality type?


message 25: by Felicity (new)

Felicity Johnson (timelessstrawberry) | 101 comments Mod
They are toast with lemon juice all over them. With a side of ACV.


message 26: by MeKency (new)

MeKency | 61 comments Mod
Haha! What's ACV?


message 27: by Felicity (new)

Felicity Johnson (timelessstrawberry) | 101 comments Mod
:) apple cider vinegar!


message 28: by MeKency (new)

MeKency | 61 comments Mod
I'm not sure how an attractive/annoying piece of toast can be portrayed.


message 29: by Felicity (new)

Felicity Johnson (timelessstrawberry) | 101 comments Mod
Haha. Maybe we should just get a piece of toast and draw an evil smirk of annoyingness on it, and call it good;)


message 30: by Felicity (new)

Felicity Johnson (timelessstrawberry) | 101 comments Mod
A very beautiful piece of toast. Made from the finest of bread.


message 31: by MeKency (new)

MeKency | 61 comments Mod
Haha! I like that this discussion has the most comments.


message 32: by Felicity (new)

Felicity Johnson (timelessstrawberry) | 101 comments Mod
MeKency wrote: "Haha! I like that this discussion has the most comments."
Lol this group still exists I'm so happy


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