Pancakes literally sell like hotcakes
during the Holy Month of Ramadan.
31, toxic watchdog EcoWaste Coalition sounded the warning alarm anew as amulets are expected to sell like hotcakes
in the days leading to the festivity.
She who hesitates doesn't get any Esbeda 'Exotic Neutrals' because these promise to sell like hotcakes
in the growing fashion conscious populace
Greenhouse grown tomatoes can't stand up to the competition of a ripe heirloom, but when everyone still has only tiny green rocks on their plants at home, they sell like hotcakes
He said: "Because I'd bought a house from them, I had confidence in the product - they're never badly built and the fact they sell like hotcakes
Much-maligned artists like Phil Collins and Foreigner are enjoying a resurgence as Guilty Secrets CD compilations sell like hotcakes
Under the premise that "we could all use a laugh," or that racist antiques are collectible documentation of "how bad things used to be," ethnic memorabilia sell like hotcakes
in online auctions and other markers.
We knew they'd sell like hotcakes
, so the rest of the money is going to the Xavarian Fathers for their missionary work in Cambodia, Ethiopia and Brazil.
But we're still enamored of the idea of Paris, and marketing people know if they slap an image of the Eiffel Tower or the Notre Dame cathedral on something, it will sell like hotcakes
(or crepe suzettes, as the case may be).
Just outside the legislative palace in downtown Caracas, copies of the new Correo del Presidente newspaper sell like hotcakes
For a food--any food--to sell like hotcakes
, all it needed was a sprinkling of oat bran.
Retailers watch our formulas and self contained hydroponics units sell like hotcakes
One of the organisers, who is expecting the tickets for the Point show to sell out in minutes, said: "Try to get tickets early as they will sell like hotcakes
I believe the soundtrack album is going to sell like hotcakes