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Old 08-17-2011, 07:45 PM   #15
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You need all the ingredients from the men's room, not just one. Probably why he failed.
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Come to the South where convenience stores have a jar by the register.
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You must have led a real sheltered life if you don't know about pickled eggs. That and beer is a great American Staple. A must for any redneck diet.
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Old 08-17-2011, 11:06 PM   #18
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Oh! And pickled sausage hot sticks. Ummmm!
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Old 08-18-2011, 12:43 AM   #19
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What? No pickled pigs feet lovers here?
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And a large jar of them little ''red hot sausages'' and a long pack of crackers and after you and a friend eat all the ''red hot sausages'' You dip the rest of the crackers you got left into the juice in the jar and eat them too. Lord I'm gettin houngry...... The juice in the jar looks like dirty creek water but it is yummie with all the ''floaters'' and bits and pieces of ''stuff'' in it. Free advise. KEEP ALKA SELSER HANDY ..
One more not.... I havent tried a ''pickled pigs foot'' in years. Fact is..... I havent seen one in years.....

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After that "feast" you should'nt need to buy propane for a while either. Just plug in the hose and let'r rip.
No "ripping" occurs once the hose in installed... lol Just make sure ya tell the proctologist next go-round for the 5 yr colonoscophy !!! Otherwise the poor fool may think ya been a limp-wristed tray carrier or been up on Broke Back Mtn.

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Seajay my mother & dad always had pickled beets on the table, when the beets would run out they would hard boil a few eggs and put them in the pickle juice and a few days later would have pickled eggs. Good stuff.
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