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02-27-2014, 02:12 PM   #6796
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in effort to help get this back on track I offer you a video of DHL trolling their competitors... It is actually really funny




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"Archie says he aint eating nothing that comes out of a cow's mouth so I'm giving him a couple of hard boiled eggs".
I always found it funny how people (read city folk) have no clue how food like eggs come into the world. Having butchered chickens I know that there is only one orifice, and eggs is not the only thing that come from it.

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Yup. I've always wondered how many people watching that actually got the joke.
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Aaaaaannnnnnd . . . . . . . . . . the hociR thread takes yet another turn.



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Aaaaaannnnnnd . . . . . . . . . . the hociR thread takes yet another turn.
We must return to our roots, of Igunaq, lefse, lutefisk, cheese, bacon and Hush Puppies.
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I have eaten beef brains may times. Mostly scrambled with eggs. Quite tasty, actually.
The wife's favourite treat if we get a caribou is the head. The whole head, skinned and roasted. Even if she doesn't get a friend over, it's stripped down to bone in 30 to 40 minutes. Eyes, crispy cartilage from the ears, brain, tongue - the whole thing. It's like watching a very hungry Pirahhna.

Then she complains all evening that she ate too much. Go figure.
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Are we talking about the soup or the boy band?
Is there a difference? Both involve a lot of tripe.


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What about "Tripoux"
Is that a French boy band?


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Aaaaaannnnnnd . . . . . . . . . . the hociR thread takes yet another turn.
To what? Colorado pot smoked chicken??

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Eyes, crispy cartilage from the ears, brain, tongue - the whole thing.
I'm not sure I could handle the eyes.
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Has anyone here ever tried chocolate covered crickets? I hear they are crunchy and have a nice nutty taste.
Chocolate grasshoppers, yup. Taste a little like chocolate-covered grass.
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When I was an exchange student here in France, they served lamb brains
Sheep have brains? LIB!


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On one such night at a place called Salty's On the Columbia
Drive by there all the time, but to $$$ for my budget.

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The guy from Montana not only refused the offer of escargot, he also went back to the motel hungry because he would not eat the red portion of his steak.
They raise a lot of beef in Montana...he may have known something we don't.

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I had one, and the butter and garlic certainly made it palatable, but just the thought was enough to keep me from adding it to my list of foods I will eat again.
Sooo...what is the difference between escargot and abalone or conch? The size of the shell, perhaps? All three are snails.


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Just curious; when you wear those, if you click your heels together 3 times and say "There's no place like home", do you end up in Kansas?
No she ends up in Tokyo with hociR...


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I'm not sure I could handle the eyes.
With a fork and some hot sauce!
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Having butchered chickens I know that there is only one orifice...
That goes for the roosters too...


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Yup. I've always wondered how many people watching that actually got the joke.
I never saw the episode, but got the joke immediately when reading your post.


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The wife's favourite treat if we get a caribou is the head. The whole head, skinned and roasted. Even if she doesn't get a friend over, it's stripped down to bone in 30 to 40 minutes. Eyes, crispy cartilage from the ears, brain, tongue - the whole thing. It's like watching a very hungry Pirahhna.

Then she complains all evening that she ate too much. Go figure.
Better never be the sole survivors of a plane crash in the mountains, or she might go all piranha on you!!
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QuoteOriginally posted by jac Quote
The wife's favourite treat if we get a caribou is the head. The whole head, skinned and roasted. Even if she doesn't get a friend over, it's stripped down to bone in 30 to 40 minutes. Eyes, crispy cartilage from the ears, brain, tongue - the whole thing. It's like watching a very hungry Pirahhna.

Then she complains all evening that she ate too much. Go figure.
well Native Americans treasured the beast's skull and we now know that the calory and fat content of brain and organs exceeds llean muscle tissue. So when it is very cold outside, eat brains instead of chicken fingers!
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