Discussion in 'General' started by BigD79, 17 Jan 2008.
Cheesecake - not 100% on its bit-tech forum meaning?
cheesecake is for the win!
The definition of Cheescake is the moon.
I do wonder how many people actually do know about cheesecake, and how many have followed the trend
Cheesecake is Cheesecake CK for President!!!!!
F T W ! Cheesecake
Cheesecake = cheesecake
when we invaded iraq, we weren't looking for "yellow cake" - we were looking for precious cheesecake.
Cheescake is lovely and moist.
Its real, not like that damn cake.
Cheesecake is a cake of chease..
and for the record
not only is cheesecake Cheesecake, but Cheesecake is cheesecake too
Is the original origination from your above post or does it stem from an earlier magigger?
That information is cheesecake
lol. You guys are gonna scare him off!
Cheesecake is becoming Bit-tech's "Do you have stairs in your house?" I think
As for what cheesecake is, I'm going to go with the empiricist answer: Cheesecake is Cheesecake.
Some say that the cheesecake is an illusion, but they're filthy idealists.
Also see: Cheesecake.
quote me Cheesecake
Next thing you'll know, people will be asking about relix, and the definition of CK...
Cheesecake = Cheesecake and it's best in strawberry....
Cheesecake spelling lesson is in order!
Yeah, but if there's a cheesecake in the forrest, and there is no-one there to eat it, does it really have a taste?
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