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Most of the time, when I’m out doing holiday shopping, the only FREE thing I get is utter annoyance. It’s like: really lady why are you walking so damn slow and down the middle of the isle so I can’t get past you?  Did Jesus put you up to this or was it the deranged son of a bitch who gave you that ghastly holiday snowman sweater?  Fuck your snowman.

Anyways, this Saturday, December 5th will be different.  Rickshaw Bags is teaming up with Cordarounds, Carve Designs, MagnoGrip, and Bronwen Jewelry to bring you a little bit of shopping and a lotta bit of pancakes.  Not only will 18 Rabbits be serving up delicious blueberry granola flapjacks, but Blue Bottle will be doling out some coffee.  Plus, if you bring a can of food for the SF Food Bank you’ll get 10% off the purchases you make that day!

Let’s see, pancakes, coffee, and 10% of holiday gifts from local independent company’s?  That sound pretty good to me.  Just don’t wear any holiday sweaters.  I hate those things.

Holiday Flapjack Festival
Saturday 12/5
Rickshaw Bagworks Factory
904 22nd St. @ Minnesota St.
[Dog Patch]
FREE Pancakes bitches!!

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