Wedges that divide.

As a rule, anything sealed with wax = a bit fancy

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3 Responses to Wedges that divide.

  1. Stripe says:

    What a friend we have in cheeses.

    Why is it that, if cheese is moldy or even kind of runny, people will put it in their mouths, but when a house is moldy and kind of runny, no one wants to put anything there in their mouths?

    Home or cheese, if it comes in a bag or a can, you might want to avoid it.

  2. CJF says:

    There are wheels made out of bricks, but no homes made out of cheeses?! This must be rectified.

  3. Saso says:

    The intersection between “wheels” and “bricks” – is it just me that automatically thought of “rough neighborhood” ?

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