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Yum Yum. A tasty pot of desert(sic). Sand is not known for it's high calorific content so maybe the star was on a diet?
that is, indeed, extremely pointless :/
Yes, but WHICH DESERT?!?!? We must be told!
read the comments. they've called the fail out on this PR-fueled BS
A pot of dot desert. Yum.Daily Mail Reporter really should learn to spell. And find some actual stories to "report".Oh, and it has to be a "craving". She can't just be, like, hungry.
Also, "snack on sweet snack" is possibly the sloppiest writing I've ever seen in a newspaper. What next? Did she also drink a delicious drink? Feed on fine feed? Chow on cheering chow?
So she took a break from filming to 'snack on sweet snack'? I think I'll be buying Daily Mail Reporter a thesaurus for Christmas...
Plummets the depths of banality only previously reached by Arthur Pewty's monologue on dusting.
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