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> On Fri, 21 Aug 2009 18:44:24 GMT, GofBorg
> <GofBorg@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:
>
>>Eh since I'm not a cannibal not sure how I'd know.

>
> Did it taste like chicken?


You know I thought about the chicken joke that was coming....
I'm thinking it would be more like ostrich.



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>>
>>fricasseed? mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm..

>
> Chitterlings!


I'm a Scot so it'd be haggis.

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I ate some chicken that tasted like snake.

GofBorg wrote:
>
> You know I thought about the chicken joke that was coming....
> I'm thinking it would be more like ostrich.
>
>
>

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> I ate some chicken that tasted like snake.

LOL

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Saw an Ostrich egg at Whole Foods the other day. It said, "use as you would
2 dozen regular eggs. $23."

And I was like, 1$ per egg? What's the point of that?


"GofBorg" <GofBorg@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote in message
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>> On Fri, 21 Aug 2009 18:44:24 GMT, GofBorg
>> <GofBorg@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:
>>
>>>Eh since I'm not a cannibal not sure how I'd know.

>>
>> Did it taste like chicken?

>
> You know I thought about the chicken joke that was coming....
> I'm thinking it would be more like ostrich.
>
>
>



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> Saw an Ostrich egg at Whole Foods the other day. It said, "use as you
> would
> 2 dozen regular eggs. $23."
>
> And I was like, 1$ per egg? What's the point of that?


I guess if you need two dozen eggs in a recipe there's the convenience
factor. <g>





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On Fri, 21 Aug 2009 21:25:27 GMT, GofBorg
<GofBorg@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

>I'm a Scot so it'd be haggis.


But that's just the stomach, no intestines, right?

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Donald Albury adjusted his/her AFDB on Saturday 22 Aug 2009 18:40 to write:

> But that's just the stomach, no intestines, right?
>
> Donald Albury


Donald,

If you have to ask, you really do not want to know.

Especially if the purveyor is a certain "Cut Me Own Sporran" McDibbler.*

And I am qualified to say this, underneath this handsome Welsh exterior is
50% Scotsman, now as long as I do not stand on my head whilst wearing my
kilt no one will know which 50%.

🙂

Mucho apologies to T.P.

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Caveat emptor
Nullus in verba
Nil illegitimi carborundum
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On Sat, 22 Aug 2009 19:59:51 GMT, baskitcaise <baskitcaise@gmx.co.uk>
wrote:

>And I am qualified to say this, underneath this handsome Welsh exterior is
>50% Scotsman, now as long as I do not stand on my head whilst wearing my
>kilt no one will know which 50%.


Well, as I am only 1/8 Scots (plus some much smaller fractions from way
back), I have not been initiated in all of the Scottish secrets. On the
other hand, my great-grandmother, who was Swedish, and my grandmother, who
was a Georgia cracker, were quite active in the Daughters of Scotia.

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Craig,

> Saw an Ostrich egg at Whole Foods the other day. It said, "use as you would
> 2 dozen regular eggs. $23."
>
> And I was like, 1$ per egg? What's the point of that?
>
>


Wow, you can afford to shop at Whole Foods? Your stock market picks
must really be paying off! 😉



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Craig wrote:

> Saw an Ostrich egg at Whole Foods the other day. It said, "use as
> you would 2 dozen regular eggs. $23."
>
> And I was like, 1$ per egg? What's the point of that?


Maybe they meant 2 baker's dozens.

--
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DougB wrote:

> Wow, you can afford to shop at Whole Foods? Your stock market picks must
> really be paying off! 😉


We're actually boycotting Whole Foods. But I can't go into details in this
newsgroup <g>

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