Also I want to play OOT 3DS because yay improved 3D head tracking because that shit was horrible. Also when I start something, and then go to something else when I return to the other thing I often lose interest in it upon returning, because I forget what the hell I was doing, or in an rpg I forget where exactly in the story I am, or what previously happened so it isn't as engaging to continue.
I'm interested in the Insect Staff personally and, if that fails to tickle the pickle that ShopRite gave me, I'll default to the usuals. You can help confirm this entry by contributing facts, media, and other evidence of notability and mutation. Pepperidge Farm Remembers is an image macro series based on a tagline used in an advertisement for the commercial bakery Pepperidge Farm.
In the early 1980s, Pepperidge Farm began airing a commercial featuring an elderly man reminiscing about raisin bread that his grandmother used to make with the tagline “Pepperidge Farm remembers” (shown below, left).
On June 6th, the Tumblr[2] blog “Pepperidge Farm Remembers” was launched with two image macros referencing Ja Rule and MTV, though it has been most likely abandoned since.
As of October 2012, a Facebook[4] page for “Pepperidge Farm Remembers” has accrued 90 likes and the “Pepperidge Farm Remembers” Quickmeme[1] page has accumulated 206 submissions.

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The series features a still-shot from a parody of the commercial as seen in the animated television series Family Guy and captions reminiscing about outdated relics and practices from the past decades.
Online interest in the commercial resurged more than a decade later with a Family Guy parody in Season 5 Episode 3 “Hell Comes to Quahod,” in which an old man blackmails the audience into buying Milano cookies. Using our free service you can now access the wealth of information on the Internet quickly and without giving up your privacy. When you connect to a website through a proxy server, you aren't actually connected to the website you're viewing. The proxy server will create a cached version of the site you wish to view, like an interactive photocopy, and send that to you.

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