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05-03-2015, 04:39 PM - 1 Like   #16921
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Tell me when it is safe to take a walk in the woods again...


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These guys gave it a shot...


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We just made it to 3K likes, yikes... I did not mean to do it....
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I've told y'all (t'tous, in deference to our reisdent pseudo Frenchman), this is the cockroach of internet forum threads. A nuclear explosion couldn't kill it.

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Politics nearly did it in

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Good point.
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I haven't left you guys, I have just taken a brief vacation to work on new and delicious Velveeta and Spam recipes. Tonight I discovered that Vienna sausages covered in Velveeta cheese sauce are superb! More to come in a few days, some really good stuff is in the works with the Velveeta I am aging on the counter top. Did you know...Velveeta turns green as it ages......it would look great in a salad!

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I haven't left you guys, I have just taken a brief vacation to work on new and delicious Velveeta and Spam recipes. Tonight I discovered that Vienna sausages covered in Velveeta cheese sauce are superb! More to come in a few days, some really good stuff is in the works with the Velveeta I am aging on the counter top. Did you know...Velveeta turns green as it ages......it would look great in a salad!

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When it turns green is it growing some vegetables for the salad?
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When it turns green is it growing some vegetables for the salad?
No, it means you have to put some Vegemite on it on account of the latter's anti-fungal properties.

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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
Tell me when it is safe to take a walk in the woods again...
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These guys gave it a shot...
Those guys are said to have the fluffiest tails in the animal kingdom. I'm pretty certain they're bullet proof as well.

Could be one of these would help, but I doubt it


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No, it means you have to put some Vegemite on it on account of the latter's anti-fungal properties.
Yeah, I heard Vegemite is the only substance left that can handle those multi-resistant bacteria critters, too. The only slightly inconvenient side effect being that it "handles" the patient as well
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Those guys are said to have the fluffiest tails in the animal kingdom. I'm pretty certain they're bullet proof as well.

Could be one of these would help, but I doubt it


https://youtu.be/HG1806aMg04
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When it turns green is it growing some vegetables for the salad?
You could have hit on a new discovery......mushrooms are a fungus, maybe aged Velveeta will be the "new mushroom" of the future? This could be exciting......I'll try to get the squirrels to try it...after all, they can (and do!) eat anything!

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Yeah, I heard Vegemite is the only substance left that can handle those multi-resistant bacteria critters, too. The only slightly inconvenient side effect being that it "handles" the patient as well
Do you think i can use vegemite to slow my metabolism too? I can't afford to be this hungry all the time.
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I can't afford to be this hungry all the time.
If that was my problem I would put myself on a Kale diet.
I've only tried it once, but if it constituted the bulk of my diet, I would lose weight and save money.
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If that was my problem I would put myself on a Kale diet.
I've only tried it once, but if it constituted the bulk of my diet, I would lose weight and save money.
Oh, i'm already loosing weight. Since ski season is in full swing, i can't seem to get enough calories. Since easter, i've lost enough weight that my sister remarked on it as soon as she saw me when she came to visit last week.
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