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    What is this about multiple fruitcakes? Am I the only one here old enough to remember when Johnny Carson discovered and announced on the Tonight Show that there is really only ONE FRUITCAKE IN ALL THE WORLD and it just keeps getting sent around from person to person and regifted to that everyone sees it at one point or another.
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    Can I have a smacking the forhead smilie...

    Of course,,,,!!! Now it all makes sense....

    thanks for clearing it up,,


    I wonder if it is considered a weapon of mass destruction???

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    Originally posted by lurkinggirl
    What is this about multiple fruitcakes? Am I the only one here old enough to remember when Johnny Carson discovered and announced on the Tonight Show that there is really only ONE FRUITCAKE IN ALL THE WORLD and it just keeps getting sent around from person to person and regifted to that everyone sees it at one point or another.
    I believe that there is one in every shape. There's the loaf, the bunt, the round, square, rectangle and let us not forget the Texas shaped one with the pecans on top and the cherry on Dallas.


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