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Lessons in Adult Friendship From ‘The Great British Baking Show’

These amateur bakers seem to take genuine joy in the success of their competitors

The Great British Baking Show 2018 semi-finalists. Credit: IMDb. © BBC

TThe obvious elephant in the room, which in this case would likely be made of marshmallow, is that I simply want to be British. I want to live in London, ride a double-decker bus to work, and own a very, very expensive…

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