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01-13-2018, 05:21 PM - 2 Likes   #43816
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QuoteOriginally posted by Ex Finn. Quote
So we have graduated from Lutefisk to Crawfish, awesome!
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My goodness how I love some translations!

"2. Learn how to handle crayfish
Relatively dull crayfish knife, fortunately, does not even get inexperienced in the hands of the fingertips for worse injuries. An alternative to this has been the development of a crayon, whose popularity has not yet risen to the knife level.

If you are not a cricket hen, you should buy some little oak frozen breads home and work out the knife before the big night. Removing the tail and scissors is a logical measure. Rarely, though, crabs are often forgotten by the delicious crap of a crawfish cockroach, and by the roots of roe deer in breadcrumbs. Remember to remove the tail from the tail!"

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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
My goodness how I love some translations!

"2. Learn how to handle crayfish
Relatively dull crayfish knife, fortunately, does not even get inexperienced in the hands of the fingertips for worse injuries. An alternative to this has been the development of a crayon, whose popularity has not yet risen to the knife level.

If you are not a cricket hen, you should buy some little oak frozen breads home and work out the knife before the big night. Removing the tail and scissors is a logical measure. Rarely, though, crabs are often forgotten by the delicious crap of a crawfish cockroach, and by the roots of roe deer in breadcrumbs. Remember to remove the tail from the tail!"
Sorry about that... I edited my post replacing the link with something more English friendly!
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Sorry about that... I edited my post replacing the link with something more English friendly!
No apologies needed, I love funny translations and this one was super, especially about the "delicious crap of a crawfish cockroach "
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No apologies needed, I love funny translations and this one was super, especially about the "delicious crap"
And the crayon reference... still wiping tears off my cheeks

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yeah, I realized they weren't designed to be a " working saddle " for the cow boys

you are correct, as far as i know, that the " saddle horn " was used with the rope to control the animal being roped, whether it was cattle or horse

but it appears that the McClellan was useable by those who did not need a saddle horn and it would not surprise me that a number might have been " liberated " legally or illegally from the military
I am watching an old black and white classic film

" Rio Grande " directed by John Ford

Rio Grande (1950) - IMDb

just saw the scene where Tyree ( the recruit wanted for manslaughter ) steals the Colonel's horse to escape, you can see him grab a McClellan saddle to use on the horse

Wayne played the Colonel, Maureen O'Hara played his wife and Ben Johnson played Tyree
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My dinner tonight. I call it the "slim pickings" and therefore no 3K for me...
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My dinner tonight.
Pulled reindeer meat?
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Speaking of food.

From the On The Road With Racer album.

The Chugwater Soda Fountain, home of the best darned chili in the Cowboy State, Chugwater chili.



I stopped there every time I passed by and it was lunchtime. In the 5 years I hustled big trucks up and down the road I must have stopped there over 200 times.

This particular time it was early July.

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Pulled reindeer meat?
I wish, just good old pork.
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I must have stopped there over 200 times.
200 bowls of chili, good thing you were riding solo, eh?
or is their's without beans?

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200 bowls of chili, good thing you were riding solo, eh?
or is their's without beans?
lots of pine scented air freshener I would guess
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200 bowls of chili, good thing you were riding solo, eh?
or is their's without beans?


I recently saw an ad here for the right kind of underwear - to stop the emissions offending others! At least that is the claim of the sellers!
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lots of pine scented air freshener I would guess
An Avon lady is very proud of the products she sells. One day, she is riding down an elevator and has to fart.
She does, then quickly sprays Avon pine scent to cover it up.
On the next floor, an elderly man joins her in the elevator.
They ride the rest of the way to the lobby together.
Before he gets off, the woman notices the man sniffing the air.
Very proud of her room scents, she says, "How does it smell?"
The gentleman replies, "Like someone s*** a Christmas tree!"

I know, that's an old one.
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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
200 bowls of chili, good thing you were riding solo, eh?
or is their's without beans?
QuoteOriginally posted by Aslyfox Quote
lots of pine scented air freshener I would guess



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I recently saw an ad here for the right kind of underwear - to stop the emissions offending others! At least that is the claim of the sellers!
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