Duluth Familial Extravaganza and the Compromising Chinese Food That We Ate

Sometimes you just give in to the small town Minnesota Chinese college kid food. It’s ok. It happens.

Dad…wutter you doing?


3 Responses to “Duluth Familial Extravaganza and the Compromising Chinese Food That We Ate”

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