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It happened to Ulysses, just as before, that, when he had gone a few steps from the edge of the cliff, the purple bird came fluttering towards him, crying, "Peep, peep, pe--weep!" and using all the art it could to persuade him to go no farther.
"So!" he said, as I stopped and stared like a goose, "you peep at me, I peep at you, and this is not bad, but see, I am not pleasanting when I say, haf you a wish for German?"
Mast-heads and funnel-tops of ships peep above the ranges of corrugated iron roofs.
As you'd likely guess, the Peeps brand is the company's most well known-particularly the chick- and bunny-shaped marshmallow candies synonymous with the Easter holiday.
Many peeps incorporate a small hood that acts like the bill of a ball cap, preventing direct sunlight from hitting the inside of the peep.
Toomey's district includes Bethlehem, Pa., home of the Just Born Candy Co.--which is to say, the home of Peeps.
Use pinched clay supports or kiln posts to support your Peeps if needed in the bisque and glaze firings.
The couple ended up moving out of the house, and I hear Peeps is still ogling
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Continues Cheek: "Overall, Halloween is the biggest holiday for candy sales, and Just Born has a variety of candy offerings from Peeps, Mike and Ike, Hot Tamales and Goldenberg's Peanut Chews specifically with trick-or-treating in mind.
"We know that consumers will be excited as new Peepsters and Peeps Chocolate Dipped Chicks take Peeps' appeal to a new level," says Brian Bachrach, senior brand manager for seasonal brands and new products at Just Born.