National Crepe Suzette Day

May 6, 2020

If you can't see it, does the dessert actually exist?

Crepes Live On The Precipice of Reality

This incredible dessert exists as a doorway to another way to exist. Crepes are so thin, they barely keep it together in our plane. Most scientists consider them a 2-D dessert living in a 3-D world, and it's hard to argue with their opinion. They told us they were scientists, so we have to trust them ... as well as like, subscribe, and ring the bell. All science-inclined people that know things are on YouTube.

Add Oranges Make Crepes Amazing

While crepes are still tipping their toes in our world, you should eat them. Preferably you will make a nice orange syrup and drizzle it over the crepes. The maximizes the flavor. Something about citrus pairs really well with desserts that act as gateways to different dimensions. The scientists didn't have to tell us this one, because it's self evident. A proof without words if you will, since the proof is in that first bite!*

*The Editor would like to apologize for the utter Ghet-ness** in that last sentence.

** Ghet (or Ghet-ness) is a term to describe something that is awkward, corny, or just plain wack. It's a reaction that you just can't hold back, and must proclaim.

Happy National Crepe Suzette Day Video

In this video, we are celebrating Crepe Suzette Day. This comedy video will be short, sweet, and most of all silly. It will celebrate all things Crepe Suzette in a totally humorous way. Enjoy!

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