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    If she works at the cheese counter then not only have I met her, but I prolly see her on a regular basis. How could I tell which one she is?

    the guy with the spike seemed like a nice guy, but I think you would prolly agree his appearance is definitely freaky.

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    She's the one you haven't seen in the last 3 weeks. She is taking an interim college course--9 hours a day, 5 days a week, with homework to keep her busy the rest of the time. They're workin' 'em hard. She has 2 more weeks left, I think.

    Short dark hair, 5'9 or so, and she's not the skinny one... Very personable (must've come from her grandparents...), and I think there's two or three in there with the same name. She was a cashier to start with, then went to the juice bar, then ended as a chees monger.
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    I think I know which one she is. Nice looking girl!

    5'9" isn't very short though. You must have a tall family.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    I think I know which one she is. Nice looking girl!

    5'9" isn't very short though. You must have a tall family.
    ???? Read previous post again. No comma. "Short dark hair"..., not "short, dark hair"...

    But yeah, she is the shortest in the family...
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    They let us sample any cheese we wanted the day the Okie and I stopped in. And some were VERY good. Not cheap, but VERY good.
    Were a coupla "different" folks in there.


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    Yeah, I usually sample a couple when I'm in. My daughter is embarrassed at my pedestrian taste in cheese. I'm just as happy with a sharp cheddar or colby as with any of the high-falutin' stuff.

    Although at Christmas last year, she had some real soft, tangy, white cheese that she put on crisp bread, along with a dallop of red raspberry jam. It was absolutely habit forming! Awesome combination of flavor and textures...
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    Quote Originally Posted by lazy View Post
    Yeah, I usually sample a couple when I'm in. My daughter is embarrassed at my pedestrian taste in cheese. I'm just as happy with a sharp cheddar or colby as with any of the high-falutin' stuff.

    Although at Christmas last year, she had some real soft, tangy, white cheese that she put on crisp bread, along with a dallop of red raspberry jam. It was absolutely habit forming! Awesome combination of flavor and textures...
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