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(NYPost)   Mysterious smell syruptitiously returns to New York   ( nypost.com) divider line
    More: Sappy, New York, North Bergen, maple syrup, Michael Bloomberg  
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2013-09-19 09:51:57 AM  
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Communications disruption can mean only one thing: invasion.

Maple syrup smells in NYC can mean only one thing: Canadian invasion.
2013-09-19 03:52:32 AM  
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Prophet of Loss: Maybe its not real maple. Quaker is putting some concoction in its Maple and Brown Sugar oatmeal that SCREAMS maple scent. I can smell the "favor powder" on my hands from the packet even after I wash them and it lingers for hours if you "puff" a bit of the powder pouring it into the bowl.

The powder isn't doing you any flavors.
2013-09-18 11:08:20 PM  
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Pointy Tail of Satan: Do they still have maple trees in the US? I thought they cut them all down to make gun stocks.

Gah, you completely missed the opportunity to say "and/or coffins for gun victims"
2013-09-18 10:48:07 PM  
1 vote:
Fill the Hudson with Bisquick.
2013-09-18 10:47:04 PM  
1 vote:
Considering the sort of smells that pervade and occasionally waft over from New Jersey, NYC should consider itself lucky all they're getting is the smell of delicious maple syrup. They could be getting the rotten-egg-toxic-waste-car-exhaust-garbage miasma one is generally subjected to anytime you dare to drive the Jersey Pike with your windows down.
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