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Old 03-15-2008, 08:28 AM   #211
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rom, no coffee or tea in utah means the evil mormons are at work.

hey, where's gw with my double mocha latte'?
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Old 03-15-2008, 10:44 AM   #212
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Re: Rocky Mountain Oyster.
I realize that this is the same as what we up here call a prairie oyster. I have only one thing to say yukkkkkkkkkkkkkk. When I was growing up [ a long time ago] Things like that were common. I do however remember eating brains at butchering time. I really like them but would not eat them now because of the health issues. Kidneys are one thing that would never go near my mouth, can't even stand the smell of them cooking.
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Old 03-15-2008, 12:21 PM   #213
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One thing I could not do is eat cow tongue. I saw a recipe for it the other day and just the thought turned my stomach. Do people actually eat it?! I guess so, if there was a recipe for it.
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Old 03-15-2008, 12:30 PM   #214
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rom, no coffee or tea in utah means the evil mormons are at work.
Right you are. The funny thing is, after living with us for almost 8 months, my exchange student just barely learned we don't drink coffee after offering me some. He knew we didn't drink alcohol or tea, but it never occurred to him that coffee was included. He was probably wondering why we never bought it! He has huge stash of it in my cupboard. lol.
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Old 03-15-2008, 03:31 PM   #215
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good thing you don't have an aussie exchange student, b's, or he'd keep insisting that you have beer.

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Old 03-15-2008, 04:53 PM   #216
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rom, no coffee or tea in utah means the evil mormons are at work.

hey, where's gw with my double mocha latte'?
I got me a big hole cut in the ice of Lake Superior, just waiting for your baptizm, BT. I'm commin' to getcha. Mocha Latte'! You don't want any Mocha Latte' you might get from me. I once heard of this guy who always mooched off of his co-workers. Well one day, a guy took his daughter's Willey Wonka Chocolate Factor chocolate bar maker, and made up some Wonka Bars from melted Ex-Lax. From what I understand, it cure the moocher from mooching. And no, it wasn't me that did it. But for you BT....

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Old 03-15-2008, 07:15 PM   #217
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I would never eat any organs/brains. Couldn't get past the....yep. *Gag*

I occasionally re-try foods I don't like...just to see if my tastes have changed. And some have! Black olives. Cottage cheese (a bit).

Familiar with "prairie oysters".....and have known people who have tried them, not knowing what they were. And have known people who have spontaneously vomitted. LOL
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Old 03-15-2008, 09:53 PM   #218
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good thing you don't have an aussie exchange student, b's, or he'd keep insisting that you have beer.

lol. He is Chinese, and at first he kept asking if we ever went to any parties because he wanted some beer (even though it's against exchange rules).
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Old 03-18-2008, 05:07 AM   #219
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isn't beer like some "frat" kinda thing in the US as well? LOL i always see these movies, being aussie and not having been to the US...i am just assuming Keg parties are all the rage LOL

LOL B'sgirl@ "he wanted some beer (even though it's against exchange rules)."

better watch out next time ur not home he might break out the coffee and beer he might be brewing under the house and have a raging party! can u imagine a whole bunch of drunk over caffeinated people hehehe

seriously though, i didn't know Mormons couldn't have tea or coffee!
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