Pastry Blindness


Pastry blindness is an unproven medical complaint whereby no matter how hungry, one cannot see cakes. The last reported case was the national disaster of the Ipswitch seven in 1918, in which an orthodox Jew and 6 Hungarian gentlemen starved to death, literally yards from a bakery. They were all carrying money.

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