So Delicious : September 03, 2008

So Delicious
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Model: Canon EOS 20D
Lens: Canon EF 100mm F/2.8 USM Macro
Date: 09.03.08 1:03am
Focal Length: 100mm (160mm)
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ISO: 200
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Focus Mode: Manual focus

So Delicious

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Gone gold fishin'!

Goldfish Crackers are Originally from Switzerland, with the recipe was brought to the U.S. by Pepperidge Farm founder Margaret Rudkin in 1962. Approximately half of the crackers have smiles, while the others are faceless. The box says they're made with smiles.

Here, we have my four fish buddies. Finn, Brooke, Xtreme and Gilbert. Nom nom nom nom.

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Colin   09.03.08 6:43pm  
What did people in the US do before 1962? Go to Switzerland? Pft!

Glad I wasn't born before 1962 cuz that would have been rough!!!

nom nom nom!
jwen   09.04.08 9:01pm  
nom is right!
i hope no goldfish were harmed in the making of this picture? D:

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