Overheard first world tragedies

Overheard first world tragedies

(“Starvation is imminant, obviously”)

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8 thoughts on “Overheard first world tragedies

  1. johnlmalone says:

    I don’t even know what Gluten is though I keep coming across it; perhaps I better find out but I just can’t be bothered 😦

  2. DougDoesLife says:

    Lose your belly, for one.

  3. improvartz says:

    Oh, my. I don’t know about all gluten free food, but I’ve tried gluten free cupcakes before made from gluten free batter. No amount of sugar and honey could fix the cupcakes’ tastelessness. So… poor guy.

  4. Tammy says:

    Can so relate although with sons rather than a daughter.

  5. Maria M says:

    Start your own goodie stash, that is what I would do, but it would be cruel to eat all of the cream cakes, sponges etc infront of them. On the other hand there are some very nice gluten free breads and cakes out there you just have to search for them.

  6. claidig says:

    This crisis is happening the family home of a friend of mine, except with wheat-flour. His sister is already allergic to gluten, but I think the discovery of the wheat-flour allergy is a step too far by the sounds of it. On the plus-side, he’s been offloaded with bread and biscuits. Swings and roundabouts…

    Also, a belated thank you for the follow!

  7. That would be my sentiments exactly! I love my bread and pastries too much! On a different note, thanks for visiting and following my blog! Looking forward to checking out more of yours!

  8. godtisx says:

    Join in. Least for a time? What’s the worst it can do? 🙂

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