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Old 05-21-2008, 01:34 PM   #91
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I figured it was darker, all one level…..I dunno but not as cool as it looks!
I remember it being darker back in the day.

Sigh...back when they had live swing bands...it just never took off!

Hello Disney......Dancing with the Stars dinner show?!?!
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Old 05-21-2008, 01:35 PM   #92
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I remember it being darker back in the day.

Sigh...back when they had live swing bands...it just never took off!

Hello Disney......Dancing with the Stars dinner show?!?!
It is darker at night. It is a dance club after all, but it's just so . . . COOL!
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Old 05-21-2008, 01:36 PM   #93
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Would that be a Josey and the Pussycats lunch box?
Okay, who gave Wally sugar?
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Old 05-21-2008, 01:39 PM   #94
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And not this ...



Did you even know you could get such a
splendiferous confection?!
You want us to cut into a cake that looks like our dog!?!?!?!

Do you know how many levels of WRONG that is?

And that had better NOT be RED VELVET CAKE!!!

If it is, I'm gonna have to slap, you Ouiser!
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Old 05-21-2008, 01:41 PM   #95
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You want us to cut into a cake that looks like our dog!?!?!?!

Do you know how many levels of WRONG that is?

And that had better NOT be RED VELVET CAKE!!!

If it is, I'm gonna have to slap, you Ouiser!
HAHAHA it is wrong! Speaking of the pup, does he get cake too? It is a special occasion!
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Old 05-21-2008, 01:41 PM   #96
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I'm right behind you dude.

Or is that you behind me?

Oh well-
Nothing I haven't done before.


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Three tiers, three flavors.

Bottom tier is chocolate cake with white chocolate mousse filling (I'd never have guessed that combination would be as good as it is!)

Middle tier, orange cake with orange mousse filling. SO delicious!

Top tier . . . Mike called it. yellow cake with butter cream icing as the filling.
Oh God...cut me a slice of each! YUM!!
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Old 05-21-2008, 01:45 PM   #97
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HAHAHA it is wrong! Speaking of the pup, does he get cake too? It is a special occasion!
Sadly, Tolliver and his cousin MacGregor (my parents are bringing their dog) are going to be enjoying aweekend with the nice people at the vet's office/pet hotel.

We're checking into a Disney resort for 3 days of nonstop activities and they're not allowed anywhere on property. We could kennel them at Disney, but this way, at least Tolliver knows (and is spoiled by) the crew at the vet's office. They took care of him for a few days while Scott was in the hospital for appendicitis a couple months back, and he didn't want to leave.

That said, he might get a bit of frosting to lick off of a finger if there are any leftovers brought home.

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Old 05-21-2008, 01:49 PM   #98
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Would that be a Josey and the Pussycats lunch box?
The lunchbox matches the shoes and belt, and no, I dont have shoes and a belt to match that lunchbox, however cool it is!
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Oh God...cut me a slice of each! YUM!!
It was difficult to decide! If we could have we'd have had a 6 tier cake. The dark chocolate mousse and the mocha mousse were both close runners up. The tropical mousse (pineapple, mango, & orange) was tasty, but a bit too strong and tended to overpower the cake. The Bailey's mousse was rich and decadent (and with chocolate cake it was dreamy)

It was very hard to decide. And we didn't even taste all of the options. I know they also do the red velvet cake, cream cheese filling, german chocolate filling, and peanut butter cup mousse. If we'd had more options, we'd never have come up with just three.
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Sadly, Tolliver and his cousing MacGregor (my parents are bringing their dog) are going to be enjoying weekend with the nice people at the vet's office/pet hotel.

We're checking into a Disney resort for 3 days of nonstop activities and they're not allowed anywhere on property. We could kennel them at Disney, but this way, at least Tolliver knows (and is spoiled by) the crew at the vet's office. They took care of him for a few days while Scott was in the hospital for appendicitis a couple months back, and he didn't want to leave.

That said, he might get a bit of frosting to lick off of a finger if there are any leftovers brought home.
Bummer that they can't be there, but our always enjoy the puppy hotel for a weekend, I am sure that they will too!

I wouldnt kennel them at Disney either. It is not the same.

I do think that Tolliver would enjoy some cake! After all he is part of the family! (Well i know mine would scratch my eyes out for some!)
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Old 05-21-2008, 01:57 PM   #101
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Would that be a Josey and the Pussycats lunch box?
I want a tail! I always thought I oughta have been born with a tail!

(is that TMI????)
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Old 05-21-2008, 01:59 PM   #102
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I want a tail! I always thought I oughta have been born with a tail!

(is that TMI????)
Um, yeah. Just a little bit.

But I did LOVE Josie and the Pussycats! Especially Alexandra!

But I didn't have a JatP lunchbox. Mine was the classic Partridge Family lunchbox.
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Okay, I have to say that I'm very surprised that there aren't more questions about the cake. I show you this picture:



With 8 cake flavors and 10 fillings, and only one person has commented. Nobody is curious about the flavors? What we chose? What the cake will look like?

I expected a lot of questions about that stuff so I could set y'all up for the pic of the cake, but if you're not interested, then we can go back to talking about the chicken dance . . . .
There must not be very many bears on here.
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Old 05-21-2008, 02:49 PM   #105
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Ooh, this is so exciting - reading about your plans. For some reason, it reminds me of the movie "Steel Magnolias."

So .... did the Disney Wedding planner suggest a honeymoon location? LOL
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