Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Thank You Jutta

For creating and maintaining the Halfbakery, our beloved carnival of concepts
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At the risk of "going all Hallmark", I know you put a lot of work into this site, covering the expense of it's maintenance without any monetary compensation. I think you've created the most interesting and compelling social site on the web and I appreciate this great thing you've made for all of us to enjoy.

Happy holidays to you and yours and thank you again for the Halfbakery.

doctorremulac3, Nov 30 2013


       Agreement Level = Maximum.
Vernon, Nov 30 2013

       Indubitably. That goes for the mods as well.   


       (Pauses to imagine [jutta] looking kicking at the dust and saying "Gosh, you guys...".   

       Realizes this imagining is probably quite far off base.   

       Decides instead to name the forthcoming overhanging extension of the upper SSE library "The Jutt" in her honour.)
MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 30 2013

       (Reconsiders pronunciation of "Jutta")
MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 30 2013

       Maybe a yacht would be a better fit.
pertinax, Nov 30 2013

neelandan, Nov 30 2013

MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 30 2013

       My eyes are blurry. But yes, thanks Jutta, for all these years.
blissmiss, Nov 30 2013

       //the most interesting and compelling social site on the web// [marked-for-tagline]
pocmloc, Nov 30 2013

       Thank you, Jutta. I wandered off for a while - too long - and I'm very glad to find this site still here to return to.
imaginality, Nov 30 2013

       Throwing my bun into the basket.
AusCan531, Dec 01 2013

       Yes, thanks. I don't come here very often at the moment but I think I'll come back eventually.
nineteenthly, Dec 01 2013

       How about a bun [+] AND a song!?   

       To paraphrase the words of Mr Cole Porter (imagine this being sung by the incomparable Miss Sarah Vaughan):   

       The HB's so nice to come home to
The HB's so nice for my mind
While the breeze on high sings a lullaby
The HB makes it easy to unwind

       Under stars chilled by the winter
Under an August moon burnin' above
The HB's just so nice, it's a paradise
To come home to and love!

       Many thanks Jutta!
Canuck, Dec 01 2013

       Ah, a bun and a song. Almost better than a bun alone.
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 01 2013

doctorremulac3, Dec 01 2013

       I like the halfbakery very much.
bungston, Dec 01 2013

       Ah! That's why USians have Thanks Giving. Nice. {{{Bun}}} Bun wrapped in a hug
Goes for all bakers.
Merry Happy Thunking
Dub, Dec 01 2013

       Very nice Canuck!
po, Dec 01 2013

       What po said.
blissmiss, Dec 01 2013

       All together now!
For he's a jolly good fellow!
For he's...
No, wait.
For SHE's a jolly good fel...
Dammit! Is there a female equivalent of "fellow"?
Anyway, thankyou [Jutta] and all those who help run this crazy corner of the 'net.
neutrinos_shadow, Dec 01 2013

       Wait, this is a social site?   

zeno, Dec 01 2013

       This was my home on the internet for a long time, through some rough times. Thanks, Jutta.
baconbrain, Dec 01 2013

       We give a toot for the Jutta fruit: Halfbakery.   

       (happy to see blissmiss, po, nineteenthy)
Mustardface, Dec 02 2013

       //Wait, this is a social site? // - facebakery
xenzag, Dec 02 2013

       Psst., [21Q]; "fellow" isn't actually gendered, so you don't need to re-gender it. OED records use of "fellow" referring to a woman from 1611. Its primary sense is something like "partner or companion in a venture". Of course, you can re-gender it if you like - but you don't need to.
pertinax, Dec 02 2013

       Bun, bun, bun! This place has gotten me through my real life that it can be real life!! Hugs and Thanks to [jutta] and all halfbakers around the world! xox
xandram, Dec 02 2013

       The Halfbakery is an intellectual and emotional sanctuary to me, and my sincere thanks go to [jutta] for existentionating it.   

       I am grateful as well to all here who suffer my presence with good humor and patience, and also to [bigsleep], who cannot do so but tries very hard.
Alterother, Dec 02 2013

       What's that?
blissmiss, Dec 02 2013

       Thanks to guda, for the forum where the Ideas rarely reify but are always in the hyperreality of existence displayed on the refied Idea of symbolic exchange, the Internet.
rcarty, Dec 03 2013

       ^ what he said, but with real words and possibly a different meaning.
FlyingToaster, Dec 03 2013

       Thanks and happy holidays!   

       This site lets me set my Great Ideas free before they build up a head of crazy. I also don't know where else I would learn so much about grammar.
sninctown, Dec 06 2013

       The Halfbakery has literally saved my life.   

       Well, by “literally”, I mean “metaphorically”. And by “saved” I mean “caused me to idly spend a great deal of”. And by “life” I mean “time when I should have been doing other things”. On second thought, by “literally” I really did mean “literally”.   

       All jokes aside, this site and community really do mean a great deal to me. I once heard the site described as a “big virtual couch”, and that's about as apt a description as I can think of. So thanks to [jutta] for hosting the couch, and thanks to all of you as well for making it a cozy place to flop down for a bit!
ytk, Dec 06 2013

david_scothern, Dec 07 2013

       Speech! Speech!
swimswim, Dec 07 2013


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