2/2/13

Bon Appe-tips: Tip 8

Do you guys remember when I got really into Mt. Everest? Well, everything I learned from Into Thin Air and all those documentaries I watched have not gone to waste! Or, in other words, here's a brand new tip. Enjoy!
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21 comments:

  1. I'm still @ 5 a day. (stop bring these home!) xoxoxo

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  2. This just made my Saturday night. Correction: This just made my wild Saturday night. I am going to celebrate by having a caramel.

    Dani // andbubblegum.com

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    1. Thx, Tannaz! I moonlight as a foley artist!

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  4. thanks for the tip on applying "the mt. everest technique" to everyday life. i, too, have read Into Thin Air once to satisfy an outside reading requirement for a highschool science class, glad to know i can take away a big life lesson from the book :)

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    1. ha!! yet another example of the importance of a good education!! :) :)

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  5. I will NEVER not want a CARAMEL!!!!

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  6. 1. Matt said foley!!!
    2. The comments window edited me. My first response to this video was, and I quote, "HaHaHaHaHaHA!" Apparently that wasn't intelligent enough.
    3. You look amazingly healthy for a caramel addict!
    4. I love this video! Especially nice dismount!
    XOXO

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  7. hahaha best tip yet! Your videos always make me so happy!
    - Jess

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  8. hahahaha, love this one! I think you've really mastered that technique. I bet you can guess which part of this video i did NOT like though. It rhymes with bissing your mog on the dips.

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    1. Don't knock it til you've tried it, Mare!!

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  9. Hilarious!!! And...something looks different. Eyebrows? whatever it is, it's great!

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    1. aww, thanks, Sara! It's probably just that I need a haircut?? :)

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  10. Though chocolate is my Everest, this tip just might work... :)

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  11. wait... where do we get these addictive caramels?

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    1. hahhahahaa I'd hate to get you hooked, but we sell them at Heath Ceramics. It's called Crack Caramel! :) :)

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  12. Just way to funny! I just made caramels last night and I don't feel guilty at all.

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  13. This is fantastic! My favorite tip so far! I'm applying this technique to my latest addiction: peanut butter filled pretzels. Thank you!

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  14. Awesome. I laughed out loud! you have the best tips.

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  15. Call me an enabler:
    http://blog.bigpicturefarm.com/

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