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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Help Me Get to Fiji! PLEASE!


Hello all -- it's time for another Fiji post.  Recently, I went to KC, MO and had dinner at the Cheesecake Factory with BFF's Martha and Melissa. It was hard to decide on one thing since the menu is seriously 21 pages filled with scrumptious goodies.  However, I did decide and after devouring my chicken littles (fried chicken) and mashed potatoes (I can't help it, I'm addicted) we all ordered our dessert (as if I'd drive 2 hours and not order cheesecake). In addition to the Oreo variety I ordered for myself, I also ordered a piece of cherry cheesecake to take home with me to my loving fiance (it's his favorite).  I know, I know, I'm so freakin' nice it ain't even funny.

After fiance scarfed down his piece when I arrived home, I asked him if his expensive dessert could count as a cake to be put towards the honeymoon in Fiji drama. He replied NO. Not cool.  I told Melissa about this crock of you know what and she gave me the splendid idea to post it on my blog and start a petition. 

This is where YOU come in!  Fiance agreed that if  50 people commented that "Yes, the piece of Cheesecake Factory cheesecake should count as one cake", then he would allow it.

Please help me by posting below that you agree - you can just say 'yes' or you can write a long message but please please help me get to this gorgeous venue for my honeymoon!

Thanks in advance for your commenting! I'm counting on you!

Until next time,
~Buzzard~

12 comments:

  1. Clearly a piece of Cheesecake Factory cheesecake should count as a cake. In fact, its awesomeness is so far beyond what would normally even register on the Cake Awesomeness Meter that it should probably count as two cakes. Plus one cheese, of course.

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  2. Yes, the piece of Cheesecake Factory cheesecake should count as one cake!!

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  3. I agree, it should count. It is cheese CAKE after all.

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  4. NO WAY PAL. Sorry- just not the same thing. Get those oven mitts on!! :)

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  5. Erin - no negativity here. Get with the program. Thanks

    Buzzard

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  6. YES! This piece of cheesecake should most definately count. Hyatt himself has already stated that cheesecake counts. While you did not produce this sinful piece of cherry goodness in your own kitchen...the additional transoportation cost incurred to deliver cherry cheesecake perfection to your fiance plus the thoughtfullness you displayed by bringing him a piece should offset the actual act of baking.

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  8. YES!! I still stand firm that the cheesecake should count for 5 angel food cakes.

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  9. I believe Hyatt Lowell deserves actual angel food cake. I say NO!

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  10. It appears the cheesecake is cake argument did not go in your favor. I'm sorry.

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