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Old 03-21-2013, 05:27 PM   #131
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"Everyone else is boring, I mean normal"

I can relate to that.


Snip, Don't worry about what the Chief says. How can you take anyone who eats worms seriously?


I still haven't seen a weird meal here yet.

Just lot's of ideas.
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Old 03-22-2013, 12:13 AM   #132
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"Everyone else is boring, I mean normal"

I can relate to that.


Snip, Don't worry about what the Chief says. How can you take anyone who eats worms seriously?


I still haven't seen a weird meal here yet.

Just lot's of ideas.
I like people who eat worms and howl at the moon!
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Old 03-22-2013, 11:05 AM   #133
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I like people who eat worms and howl at the moon!
I made rib-eye steaks on the grill on one particular summer afternoon. P.A.G., her husband, and I believe Sprout and her teen-age boyfreind were over (long time ago when we were all younger). The steaks came out sooo good, and smelled wonderful. I brought the platter of meat into the house, and told everyone that they had to prove to me that they were carnivores before getting a steak. They had to howl at the moon. Everyone in the house literally howled. It was spectacular, a house full of howling adults. Things like that only happen a few times in a lifetime. You have to treasure those memories. So yes, I have both eaten worms, and howled at the moon. And never have I claimed to be normal.

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Old 03-22-2013, 05:35 PM   #134
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"And never have I claimed to be normal."


That my friend is a very good thing.



Now come on and give up all those worm recipies.
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I made rib-eye steaks on the grill on one particular summer afternoon. P.A.G., her husband, and I believe Sprout and her teen-age boyfreind were over (long time ago when we were all younger). The steaks came out sooo good, and smelled wonderful. I brought the platter of meat into the house, and told everyone that they had to prove to me that they were carnivores before getting a steak. They had to howl at the moon. Everyone in the house literally howled. It was spectacular, a house full of howling adults. Things like that only happen a few times in a lifetime. You have to treasure those memories. So yes, I have both eaten worms, and howled at the moon. And never have I claimed to be normal.

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I would howl at the moon for a ribeye!!! You have one for me??? Please!
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I made rib-eye steaks on the grill on one particular summer afternoon. P.A.G., her husband, and I believe Sprout and her teen-age boyfreind were over (long time ago when we were all younger). The steaks came out sooo good, and smelled wonderful. I brought the platter of meat into the house, and told everyone that they had to prove to me that they were carnivores before getting a steak. They had to howl at the moon. Everyone in the house literally howled. It was spectacular, a house full of howling adults. Things like that only happen a few times in a lifetime. You have to treasure those memories. So yes, I have both eaten worms, and howled at the moon. And never have I claimed to be normal.

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I would howl at the moon any day for a good rib-eye! Even burp the National Anthem
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