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March 18, 2023


Florida woman pushes for ‘Sugar Daddy and Mommy Appreciation Day’ at board meeting

“You guys may not be aware, but Florida has the largest per-capita population of sugar daddies in the U.S.”

(Thanks to Dave Vander Ark)


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"Ashley Cream addressed the board after it discussed amending the city code regarding the storage of flammable liquids."

Shoddy reporting: which board? Board of what?

Don't worry, I've looked it up: this was the Planning and Zoning board of the City of Boca Raton, Florida. Why would P&Z create a day of recognition for Miss Unclear on the Concept?

Ashley Cream -->
Hey, caramels!
Cheesy Alarm
Army leaches
Creamy leash
Aha Ms Celery

Per capita literally means "for each head".

More unrecognized SugarDaddy/Mommy benefits to the local economy: wheelchairs, oxygen apparatus, prescription meds, walkers, diagnostic testing, dietary supplements ....

The heck with trying to figure out the P &Z board. Why would anyone want to live in a town called Rat's Mouth (Boca Raton in Spanish is Rat's Mouth)?

It's about time.

I don't like Sugar Daddies, they stick to my teeth. Same with Milk Duds

Awww, how sweet is that?

Should Judi ever tire of the repeated ignominy of being farcically fired, I nominate MOTW, with her unshaken belief that journalism should be a visual “feast of golden oratory and clashing rapiers of pure reason….”

(F. W. Boreham?)

Make sure you click through to the original report, which has video. An engineering marvel, that humble citizen-speaker is.

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