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Friday, October 28


City officials are now reporting that the curious syrupy smell that overtook Manhattan and parts of the outer boroughs last night was actually caused by an underground river of maple syrup flowing underneath New York City’s transit system.

Obviously, it seems there is only one thing the city can do at this point. Call them:

OK, who thought about pancakes?!


Pancakes are gross. Syrup is gross.

Belgian waffles with a side of tuna fish sandwich? Now that's breakfast.

By Blogger T.G., at 6:12 PM  

I think Glade was testing out a new scent for their Wisp line.

By Blogger Mellinnia Woman, at 6:14 PM  

Wait, seriously? there was a river of maple syrup underneath the trains? from where???

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:25 PM  

Okay, so the nytimes just posted an update wherein they said they STILL don't know what it was but it wasn't "hazardous". I can't believe this! Me, the Mademoiselle of all things Chocolat and Sugary Sweet had to put up with Eau de Armpit when I lived in NY, but you people get creme caramel!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:08 AM  

weekend update just covered this and I thought, ah yes, the Daily Dump mentioned this earlier in the week, and I felt very "in the know"...because I've shirked all contact with the outside world in favor of blogs.

By Blogger Angelina, at 1:14 AM  

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