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Pampered Chef: Well, I guess that's what I get!

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  1. WendyAebi

    WendyAebi Member

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    Never, never, never go out not looking your best!! I stopped at the grocery store on my way home from the gym because I just couldn't wait to try a cake in the rice cooker. My two littles were acting like they'd lost their minds, and I looked (and probably smelled) pretty ripe. Wouldn't you know it--somebody came up to me and said, "Aren't you the Pampered Chef lady?" Thank G-d I remembered her name immediately...I could tell she was impressed with that.

    But here's the funny part--my 5 year old son was as excited about the microwave cake as I was and he started chattering, "Know what? My mommy can make a cake in the microwave with her Pampered Chef stuff!! You just mix it all up and push 9, zero, zero, start. Mmmmm!!" I was just cracking up! Guess I'm going to have to put him on the payroll!
     
    Aug 29, 2005
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  2. my son is the same way, everynight beefore i go to a show he ask what i am making at the show. he always says you should make the upside down cake in that funny pan. he is so cute, and when anyone asks where i am working, he says, she does pampered chef, and she is the best "pampered chefer" just gives me a little more motivation to keep doing it.
     
    Aug 30, 2005
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  3. DebbieSM

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    My daughter is six and she is the same way. Last year she was in Kindergarten. She was passing out little pieces of paper in the school yard. I said honey, what are you giving everybody? She said they are pieces of paper that say Pampered Chef on them :eek: . I said what are you doing that for, she said so their mommy's will want to have a Pampered Chef show with you. It was sooo cute but I was very embarressed :eek:
     
    Aug 30, 2005
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