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gutreactions | Jan 28, 202005:29 AM     63

Ok, so maybe I should mind my own business, but we were sitting down for brunch at a popular spot in Annapolis during our recent trip and noticed the table next to us. They started with a round of bloody Mary's, mimosas and two dozen oysters with all the fixins. They appeared to enjoy that course. The table was cleared, then came the waffles with the works: maple syrup, sides of bacon, one with whipped cream and fruit on top. That's quite a combo, don't you think? Oysters and waffles? Kind of turned us off. Do you like odd combinations? Or, maybe they are not odd to you?

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