dessertnoun

  • jaデザート
  • ena usually sweet course or dish (as of pastry or ice cream) usually served at the end of a meal

Examples

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Mute
1.
Who could eat a piece of cheesecake this big?
2.
Shouldn't there be a law that says my dessert can't weigh more than me?
3.
I know.
4.
Might as well tie a knot around 2 kangaroos. Know what I'm saying?
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Mute
1.
And what are you making, Monica?
2.
You know, in case Rachel's dessert is so good that I eat all of it.
3.
Nothing.
4.
Nothing?
5.
No, sweetie.
6.
I trust you.
7.
So if I mess this up, there's nothing else for dessert?
8.
You're not gonna mess it up.
9.
Wow, Monica, I love that.
10.
You really have faith in me.
11.
Thank you.
12.
Technical question.
13.
How do you know when the butter is done?
14.
Well, it's done about 2 minutes before it looks like that.
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Mute
1.
Dear frozen yogurt, you are the celery of desserts.
2.
Be ice cream or be nothing.
3.
Zero stars.
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Mute
1.
I know you 2 like to sit,
2.
and these are the most comfortable chairs ever.
3.
Give them a try.
4.
It's like there's something great at this party for everyone, even me.
5.
She's serving my favorite dessert.
6.
Carrots.
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Mute
1.
Had breakfast?
2.
Or maybe just skip straight to dessert?
3.
Like, what kind of dessert?
4.
Well, there's some cookies in there the size of pie plates.
5.
Big cookie.
6.
They ain't small.