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Love me, love my crackers.
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Charles Riggs hath writ (to Sara):

You understand, I hope, you're knocking a National Treasure. On a personal level, knock Triscuits, knock me.

Love me, love my crackers.

Crackers? Just Triscuits, isn't it? And then, only from certain sources, if I'm not mistaken.
We had some Triscuits for Christmas (Eve and Day). My sister-in-law made a delicious cheddar spread, and that, with the Triscuits, was a great little snack. (And because of reading aue tonight, I've just had a few of the remaining Triscuits. I am so easily influenced by suggestion.)

Maria Conlon
And no suggestions, please.
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Charles Riggs hath writ (to Sara): Love me, love my crackers.

Crackers? Just Triscuits, isn't it? And then, only from certain sources, if I'm not mistaken.

In this instance, yes. But one doesn't usually say "Love me, love my Doberman."
We had some Triscuits for Christmas (Eve and Day). My sister-in-law made a delicious cheddar spread, and that, with the ... had a few of the remaining Triscuits. I am so easily influenced by suggestion.) Maria Conlon And no suggestions, please.

Aw, just one litle one?

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Maria Conlon hath writ (in part):

We had some Triscuits for Christmas (Eve and Day). My ... easily influenced by suggestion.) Maria Conlon And no suggestions, please.

Aw, just one litle one?

No. I'm sure it would be something I don't want to hear. That's the way it is with suggestions. Usually.

Maria Conlon