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Old 10-12-2004, 10:55 AM   #21
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crewsk just have the toothpicks handy
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lol middie..

just give her a good dip or hot sauce and she's all set with toothpicks and a good appetizer.
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Will you be joining Juliev & I for this lovely feast middie?
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OR, you could do a fondue thing with cheese sauce or melted chocolate.
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Old 10-12-2004, 10:59 AM   #25
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Hmmm...chocolate covered praying mantis? Might be a winner there!
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Will you be joining Juliev & I for this lovely feast middie?
sure why not... i'll bring the toothpicks. and some dental floss for the legs that are really wedged between teeth. mint flavored okay?
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Mint is just fine, I think buckytom needs to join us since he kinda started this. He should get the first bowl!
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@ legs sticking out

mint flavor toothpicks are fine.
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Old 10-12-2004, 11:04 AM   #29
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Buckytom, I have these huge beatles around my house(they are about the size of my 2 thumbs put together). Would they work?

Seriously though, I don't think I could eat bug soup if I saw what was in it.
lol, crewsk, just had a mental picture of you going up to the bugs with your thumbs like that, measuring them, and they jump up and tie your thumbs together...
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That's just a guess on their size. I'm rather afraid of them! They have a big hornthat sticks up off of their heads! They probably could tie my thumbs together if I got close enough to them!
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