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Creme Eggs And Wingtips by my dear on 25 April 2003 10:38am
 
More than a few people newly arrived to this forum have wondered aloud what the deal is with creme eggs and wingtips. I presume they asked these questions because they wanted to take part in the fun.

What's somewhat bothersome is that nobody actually provided an answer.

It's almost as though there's a club here, and you're not allowed to join the club becuase you arrived later than somebody else did.

So my question is: which one of you will have the courage to provide a suitable response, and in so doing risk the backlash from other forum members for having revealed the secret of wingtips and creme eggs?
 
Re: Creme Eggs And Wingtips by Miss-M on 25 April 2003 11:19am
 
It's not really a secret, my dear. Some Palinites like wingtips (shoes) and others like Cadbury Creme Eggs. No big deal at all. By the way, I wasn't around when wingtips were first talked about, but I certainly didn't feel excluded from this or any other conversation when I joined the site! Do you like Creme Eggs, by the way? I got four in my Easter basket. Yum!!
 
Re: Creme Eggs And Wingtips by sleepydumpling on 25 April 2003 1:23pm
 
Actually I joined late too - and had no idea about wingtips or creme eggs either. But I just jumped into the conversation with a friendly hello, and do you know what? Everyone was lovely! They made me feel welcome and helped me know what they were talking about.

But if I had jumped into the conversation with a fistful of bad attitude and smug superiority as some have, I am quite sure that folks would have been less enthusiastic to converse with me, and quite rightly so!

There's a lesson to be learned from that, don't you think?

Kath
Who thinks creme eggs are too sweet and wingtips are something that are alien to Australians (the land of the thongs!)
 
Re: Creme Eggs And Wingtips by pandk2 on 25 April 2003 1:51pm
 
I found out what wingtips were about 2 weeks ago!!!!

:)Karen
 
Re: Creme Eggs And Wingtips by Dianne on 26 April 2003 5:31am
 
I was here right from the beginning and it took me a long time to find out what wingtips were! LOL!
 
Re: Creme Eggs And Wingtips by sleepydumpling on 26 April 2003 7:37am
 
We don't wear shoes much where I come from, it's too hot! So I have an excuse!!

But I have to admit, for a kid who grew up with two pairs of thongs, (one daywear, one formal), I have a rather unhealthy shoe fetish these days. My wardrobe looks like it could contain Imelda Marcos' collection!

Cheers
Kath
 
Re: Creme Eggs And Wingtips by macauley on 26 April 2003 7:58am
 
..and what about the most maligned : the peeps....we always send them to their messy ends in the microwave. try that with a cadbury creme egg. of course, the peeps tend to be chewy and inedible after the micro, but the visual with all the kids watching them expand is worth it. what would happen to a creme egg for heaven's sake??? well, i guess we know the answer to that one. splatttt. let us micro a wingtip or two perhaps.
 
Re: Creme Eggs And Wingtips by sleepydumpling on 26 April 2003 8:02am
 
I want to try peeps!! I can't get them in Australia!

Kath
 
Re: Creme Eggs And Wingtips by pandk2 on 26 April 2003 9:02am
 
No Kath..Im interested in seeing them too...sound nice!
Who's had the M and M crunchy shelled little eggs?
M and M and MMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!
:)kAREN
 
Re: Creme Eggs And Wingtips by Tracy on 26 April 2003 9:03am
 
OMG I love creame eggs!
 
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