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Alex

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John Hodgman is one of my favorite humorists. He currently writes a brief, weekly, off-kilter advice column for the NY Times. This was last week's column, about fear of Bundt cakes.

 

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Karen writes: My husband, David, hates Bundt cake. I believe he was scarred by grotesque Bundt-shaped 1970s recipes. But he likes cake. Please order him to try it.

 

Alex

Alex

John Hodgman is one of my favorite humorists. (For those who can access the Off-Topic Forum, here's my post about one of his books.) He currently writes a brief, weekly, off-kilter advice column for the NY Times. This was last week's column, about fear of Bundt cakes.

 

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Karen writes: My husband, David, hates Bundt cake. I believe he was scarred by grotesque Bundt-shaped 1970s recipes. But he likes cake. Please order him to try it.

 

Alex

Alex

John Hodgman is one of my favorite humorists. (For those of you who can access the Off-Topic Forum, here's my post about one of his books.) He currently writes a brief, weekly, off-kilter advice column for the NY Times. This was last week's column, about fear of Bundt cakes.

 

Quote

Karen writes: My husband, David, hates Bundt cake. I believe he was scarred by grotesque Bundt-shaped 1970s recipes. But he likes cake. Please order him to try it.

 

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