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Old 10-16-2013, 07:52 AM   #4691
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Ok, I'll take a guess. Upper peninsula of Michigan Hiways 77 and 28.

We would say up yonder.
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Ok, I'll take a guess. Upper peninsula of Michigan Hiways 77 and 28.

We would say up yonder.
My friend from Mi was a Laker. He knew some yuppers.
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Old 10-16-2013, 07:59 AM   #4693
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My friend from Mi was a Laker. He knew some yuppers.
Might be a "Yes" man from the South.

"Did y'all finish yur grits"?

"Yuppers"!

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Old 10-16-2013, 09:26 AM   #4694
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Did you yupper it when you hunted? We used to do the hunt around Seney Michigan close to 28 and 77
Hey Dennis,

Say Ya to Da UP Eh ??? well na, I din go dat far up to tha UP, we hunted down in the lower a bit east of Kalkaska, and west of Grayling, but north of the National Guard Camp and just south of Mancelona, that should help ta pin point it purdy close.

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Old 10-16-2013, 09:29 AM   #4695
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That sounds like a typical night at our house growing up, I was the youngest so I had to be qqqqwwweeekkkk.
Hey Tim,

You are lucky you dont have Fork Tine marks still visible on the backs of your hands, I hear it takes a long time for those to heal.

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Fork tines? who bothers with those when it's chicken!
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Marty, Jeff had the right idea, you'd better be holding a fork at our table to defend yourself.lol
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Old 10-16-2013, 10:33 AM   #4698
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Life would have been much raiser growing up if chickens had had 6 legs!
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Life would have been much raiser growing up if chickens had had 6 legs!

Ohhh Geeesssshhhh,

That would have made it a Fowl Crustation, and it would have made them harder to catch as well, just sayin.......

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Ohhh Geeesssshhhh,

That would have made it a Fowl Crustation, and it would have made them harder to catch as well, just sayin.......

Cheers !!!
And you'd be allergic to chicken! No chicken gumbo for you.
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I just realized that in my overtired state (tried to catch up reading this thread all at oncet) I spelt Yuppers instead of Youpers. I know I lived in canada but I was a Youper at heart. pasties, melts, Sugar buns and coffee to make a spoon proud to be standing in it.

Did the Grayling thing for pistol shooting competitions and Gaylord for the great golfing. Actually pretended to be broke down on the Mighty Mac early one morning, so that I could get pictures of the Stewart S Court passing beneath the bridge in perfect light. Bridge patrol didn't take none too kindly to that. Nowadays I would suspect a pretend up there might draw a live fire exercise.

Anyway we are home, I've caught up and the vultures have started to quit circling.

BTW to keep this being Off Topic which seams to make it on topic; at our house when we were all sitting (8) it took two chickens on the platter to keep the forks sheathed.
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Life would have been much raiser growing up if chickens had had 6 legs!
If you will remember John Madden used to have a 6 legged turkey every Thanksgiving day at the football game. If you have to ask "Who is John Madden?" then you wouldn't understand.
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If you will remember John Madden used to have a 6 legged turkey every Thanksgiving day at the football game. If you have to ask "Who is John Madden?" then you wouldn't understand.
He also was a RV mutant. Or would have been of he didn't have something... Not sure but he probably had almost everything. A guy with a 6 legged turkey probably didn't miss anything much.
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He also was a RV mutant. Or would have been of he didn't have something... Not sure but he probably had almost everything. A guy with a 6 legged turkey probably didn't miss anything much.
I read somewhere he wouldn't fly to the broadcasting area so he drove a motorhome between assignments.
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