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07-01-2016, 02:25 PM   #27511
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I tried the hummus the other day. It was surprisingly good.
Not bad but I'm not a big fan of it....I prefer the nutrition of all those little veggies in the tuna/chicken salads. Surely a days supply in each little can?

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Not bad but I'm not a big fan of it....I prefer the nutrition of all those little veggies in the tuna/chicken salads. Surely a days supply in each little can?
Oh great, now I have to drive all the way to our Aldies and try out the stuff. Any savings will be offset by the fuel cost...
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Any savings will be offset by the fuel cost...
If you buy enough of it you can amortize the fuel cost per item down to almost nothing.
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If you buy enough of it you can amortize the fuel cost per item down to almost nothing.
I have to wait for the ER bill before buying anything else!

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PF is actually beneficial in my recovery from taking our cat to the vet. It is forcing me to use my injured hand and therefore help regain mobility.
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That looks uncomfortable.
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That looks uncomfortable.
To say the least. She did save the house from flooding when the sump-pumps failed. I owe her couple
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PF is actually beneficial in my recovery from taking our cat to the vet. It is forcing me to use my injured hand and therefore help regain mobility
Ouch!!!!!!!
One word, declawing.

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Ouch!!!!!!!
One word, declawing.
No way! They need their defenses!
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Holy swear I thought you were just exaggerating with the cat....
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She tore me up just like she was designed to do!
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Otis has one word for her and all her feline friends....Shotgun!

They did capture and roast alive a raccoon once, but their dream is to skin a cat using all the ways possible to do so.
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PF is actually beneficial in my recovery from taking our cat to the vet. It is forcing me to use my injured hand and therefore help regain mobility.
Every time I take a cat or my one certain dog To the vet, he makes me hold the pet. Lol, he says mad cats are dangerous. I have some scars to prove it. Lesson learned from separating two fighting male cats..... Sheesh! Ouch and ouch.

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Old Rupert dog loved to bite people...in particular Mrs Rupert. He never bit me, but I could tell he thought about it a lot.
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but I could tell he thought about it a lot.
Hah, dogs are easy. Felines, independent buggers with a survival instinct from hell.
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