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Cooking Nestware review

Enough about Nesting Cookware on that other thread. Here's the downlow on some really "cooking" nestware.

Pros:
Takes fashion to the extreme
You can row to shore and quicly find your outfit most anywhere
Everyone will remember you at the party
Cons:
Takes fashion to the extreme
Must be physically fit to pull this off
People quickly get tired of the big "W"


Pros:
Breakfast is near you at all time
Everyone will remember you at the party
Cons:
When sailing, you must have a level head at all times


Pros:
Hey, it's no sew!
Everyone will remember you at the party
Cons:
Still have to find breakfast


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Re: Cooking Nestware review

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Enough about Nesting Cookware on that other thread. Here's the downlow on some really "cooking" nestware.

Pros:
Takes fashion to the extreme
You can row to shore and quicly find your outfit most anywhere
Everyone will remember you at the party
Cons:
Takes fashion to the extreme
Must be physically fit to pull this off
People quickly get tired of the big "W"


Pros:
Breakfast is near you at all time
Everyone will remember you at the party
Cons:
When sailing, you must have a level head at all times


Pros:
Hey, it's no sew!
Everyone will remember you at the party
Cons:
Still have to find breakfast


Regards,
Brad
Nesteling not nesting great poke at the other threads I needed the laugh thanks brad
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Re: Cooking Nestware review

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