Patrony Bologna you ask? I was listening to PoA on tape while baking about a zillion christmas treats a couple years back. As usual, moms tend to multi-multi-task, I made Pasta Roni for lunch to which my son was less than pleased. Add to the mix an Oscar Mayer Bologna commercial that had been excessively ran. Stir well in the mind of a perceptive three year old and you get exclaimations of Expecto Patrony Bologna for the next two months.
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His vision blurred by blood and the lack of glasses he willed himself to his desk grabbing for his quill, ink, and parchment. Unable to stand, he slumped back down to the floor. Hands shaking wildly, he managed to write one word.
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