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Old 08-06-2016, 12:05 PM   #14701
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Them snyythings are vegetable and animal probly some minerals also. Used to live between a snyything farm and a goat farm. They plant the snyything seeds in the spring like most crops. About a month after planting the sprouts come up and another month they get big and juicy, but then their wings start to grow. The trick is to pick them before the wings fully develop and they fly away. Well them goats could tell when that time was near and at night we would hear the goats stampede across our place as them goats went over to raid the snyything fields.

Gods truth, I swear.

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Them snyythings are vegetable and animal probly some minerals also. Used to live between a snyything farm and a goat farm. They plant the snyything seeds in the spring like most crops. About a month after planting the sprouts come up and another month they get big and juicy, but then their wings start to grow. The trick is to pick them before the wings fully develop and they fly away. Well them goats could tell when that time was near and at night we would hear the goats stampede across our place as them goats went over to raid the snyything fields.

Gods truth, I swear.

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snyything = something or anything that is genetically modified. Like adding pepsi or coke to good scotch!


Since you guys can't or won't eat rhubarb pie, dibs on the extra.
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Hello Thread Killers,

Giancarlo, you not liking Rhubarb pie leaves more for me and Gordon! Someday Gordon, you and I will eat pie together!

LOLT The Girl! Love me some Rhubarb Pie, Love me some Rhubarb Pie, love me some Thread Saving!

Hey Navy! I like goats but they are a bit dense
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Old 08-06-2016, 09:27 PM   #14705
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Rubarb pie....YUCK. I don't care how good you make Rubarb pie. It is YUCK. If you can eat Rubarb pie , you can eat about anything. So try Chicken beaks. Chicken feet, and chicken mipples.
At least you can have some protein . Rubarb has nothing , even a Goat with good sense won't eat Rubarb and Goats eat snyything.
Gonna get me some rhubarb pie! Bears love rhubarb pie...

Too bad Possums are allergic and Giancarlos have distorted taste buds.
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Like adding pepsi or coke to good scotch!
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You know if you break down the word 'heathen' you have 'hot chick.'
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snyything = something or anything that is genetically modified. Like adding pepsi or coke to good scotch!


Since you guys can't or won't eat rhubarb pie, dibs on the extra.
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Heathen, heathen, heathen, heathen, heathen, heathen, heathen, heathen, heathen, heathen, heathen, heathen, and then heathen!!!!!
I take it you are not a fan of genetically modified either?
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Goats .love modified foods and beverage but not Stinky old yuck Rubarb pie.
Goats and I also would not eat Goose Berry pie. But I would guess a Bear would or someone from Pen-Sul-Tucky .
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Bears will eat almost any pie except cow pies cause Bears are vegetarians with the exception of a good piece of fish on occasion.
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Checking in from canukesville, see nothing along thread killing going on, carry on men. Got to find free wifi where I can!
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Had cherry/strawberry pie last night. Leftovers tonight! YAAAAAY!!
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