Tuesday, December 23, 2008
Where Do Croissants Come From?
So you thought croissants come from France?

They may have, until Pillbury accidentally found an alternate source!

Stumble It! .......posted by Margaret @ 12:04 PM  
  • At 1:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    And that's why I only buy doughnuts! ROTFLMAO!

  • At 2:46 PM, Blogger Woozie said…

    That is incredibly disgusting.

  • At 9:03 PM, Blogger Lone Grey Squirrel said…

    That was so awfully disgusting! I loved it!

    Just for the record, history makes claims that croissants originated in Vienna in celebration of the lifting of the Ottoman siege of the city. The croissant is in the shape of the crescent moon which was the symbol of the Ottoman empire.

    Ah, but your explanation is much more believable.

  • At 11:18 PM, Blogger Louisiana said…

    it let me leave a message, whoooo-hooo!!!

    send you an email.....

    Merry Christmas my dear sweet friend to you and your beautiful family from us here.

    much love, oxooxoxoxooxoxoxox

    ps, still singing...;0

  • At 7:52 AM, Blogger Carlos said…

    LOL. I saw that one last year. It's just as funny this year. Merry Christmas Margie!

  • At 8:28 AM, Blogger Evil Transport Lady said…

    ROFL! So cute and discusting!

  • At 3:00 PM, Blogger Jill said…

    What can I say? Maybe I'll stick to cereal?

  • At 3:53 PM, Blogger R2K said…

    Hamster on a piano.

  • At 5:21 PM, Blogger Dr.John said…

    Now that was funny.

  • At 9:11 PM, Blogger Clarisse Teagen said…


  • At 5:53 AM, Blogger krystyna said…

    I always can find something funny here. hihii

    Have a Happy, Healthy and Successful 2009!

  • At 9:46 AM, Blogger LoryKC said…

    Unfortunately, I have a feeling that would make my son ask for them more often. I won't show him this clip!

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