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Celiac Disease Awareness Month

12 Comments 10 May 2010

Sorry, I'm arriving late to the month long party here. I've been wrestling with a nasty cold and I think I finally have my brain back. I think it's running on the Low Blonde Power mode, so please, bear with me.

I think I have found the best way to kick off Celiac Disease Awareness Month around here, with a little humor! This was cut from SNL this last weekend due to lack of time. Kim and I adore Debbie Downer! OH MY could it be any better?!!! Be sure to watch it through to the end. There is a little surprise for ya.

See ya soon!

P.S. Kettle Cuisine extended their contest deadline to May 31st. Don't forget to post your description of their soups on their Facebook page and enter to win a 10 pack!

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    Alison says:

    Love it! How did you find this??

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    Kelly says:

    It was just waiting for me in my inbox of Google Alerts that I’ve signed up for using the key word “gluten”. Glad you liked it!

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    Erin says:

    This is hilarious, I saw it yesterday. Thanks for posting it!

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    Love Debbie Downer. Cute video.

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    magpiejst says:

    Here’s hilarity of a different sort – the commercial that ran in front of the sketch was for….

    WHEAT THINS!!!

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    Kelly says:

    OH how funny!!!!!

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    Rachel says:

    absolutely hilarious, thanks for sharing! Happy Celiac Disease Awareness to all.

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    Loztnausten says:

    See? I *knew* going gf would warp my children… 😉

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    James says:

    Yeees, it is very difficult to diagnoze celiac disease…
    http://www.buygenericdrugs.net/diseases/Celiac-Disease/

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