Humor

Why Yes, I Would Love A Cookie

It wouldn’t be the holidays without other people’s food.

Photo by Jed Owen on Unsplash

When I was a kid, there was always that neighbor who brought over baked goods that went straight into the trash.

It’s not that they tasted bad. It’s just that my mom had very particular hygienic standards when it came to food.

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Legal secretary by day, insomniac by night. BA, MA. Humor, pop culture, and things that make you think. bevpotter.substack.com

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Bev Potter

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Legal secretary by day, insomniac by night. BA, MA. Humor, pop culture, and things that make you think. bevpotter.substack.com

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