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Project: Intercontinental Breakfast

What do you eat in the morning? Cheerios? Nutella on toast? Haggis? Your breakfast says a lot about you. Or at least that's the assumption behind...

What do you eat in the morning? Cheerios? Nutella on toast? Haggis? Your breakfast says a lot about you. Or at least that's the assumption behind our new project, "Intercontinental Breakfast." We're asking readers from around the globe to send us pictures of their morning meals.Get the details and see all the contributions at Intercontinental Breakfast Flickr group.We're going to be picking a few shots to publish in GOOD: 013. Your breakfast could be famous!Delicious breakfast photo from emilletteSUBMISSIONS:

SAO PAULO, BRAZIL Giutatini


PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC Emillette

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA Will Etling

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA Pixelated_prose

AUSTIN, TEXAS Brobosky

BERLIN Somewhat Frank

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA Saucebomb

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