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View Poll Results: What makes you stand up and puke your guts out with joy?
Pork FAT 21 38.18%
Small dogs 6 10.91%
Wolpertingers (rabbits with horns and fangs) 4 7.27%
BEER 33 60.00%
Naked wahoobies 24 43.64%
Detatchable portable pumpkin parts 3 5.45%
Figgy Pudding 3 5.45%
Erupting Volcanoes 3 5.45%
Pickled Herring 7 12.73%
More dogs 14 25.45%
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Old 11-23-2012, 02:02 PM   #1
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Old 11-23-2012, 02:20 PM   #2
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I'm not quite sure exactly what a "wahoobie" is, but if it's anything close to what I think it might be, that's my second favorite thing! Hoohaa for wahoobies...especially naked ones!

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Old 11-23-2012, 02:24 PM   #3
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I picked beer. Although, I think I can guess already which one of us will pick the Figgy pudding. Just sayin.
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Old 11-23-2012, 02:25 PM   #4
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At least you had the smarts to make it a multiple choice poll. Here's to pork fat, beer and naked wahoobies!
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aaAAAWWWWWWEEEEEEEEEEeees Yeah.

Naked Wahoobies fried in pork fat and served up with an appropriate temp beer and some pickled herring by well trained dogs.

THAT'S a Thanksgiving.

Pumpkin parts detatched and served up with figgy pudding in an erupting volcano for desert!
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Missing option.
"Strange women lying around in ponds distributing swords."

They're all screwed once I become King.
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Missing option.
"Strange women lying around in ponds distributing swords."

They're all screwed once I become King.
WHAT....is your favorite color?
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In the immortal words of Howard Hughes: "Hell, who doesn't like t!ts?"
Which are tied with beer & pickled herring for 1st place IMHO.
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You left out 'red meat'...
Why discriminate and only list pork fat?? What about the rest of the wonder-animal?? Or are you lumping it all in there?? Since most of the better parts of the wine are ringed, laced, or infused with it. Bacon, pork chops, ribs... mmmmmm piggie come HERE!!! Then there's beef... Angus being the prefered stamp. Whole tenderloin made into a roast and then steaks from the rest. Ribeye (bone in or boneless, it's all good baby) is right up there too (my first choice for a grilled steak). Let's not forget about the mighty brisket with so many different things coming from it. You get corned beef, bbq brisket, and pastrami all from one cut. So many more and so little room to go over them.
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You left out 'red meat'...
Why discriminate and only list pork fat?? What about the rest of the wonder-animal?? Or are you lumping it all in there?? Since most of the better parts of the wine are ringed, laced, or infused with it. Bacon, pork chops, ribs... mmmmmm piggie come HERE!!! Then there's beef... Angus being the prefered stamp. Whole tenderloin made into a roast and then steaks from the rest. Ribeye (bone in or boneless, it's all good baby) is right up there too (my first choice for a grilled steak). Let's not forget about the mighty brisket with so many different things coming from it. You get corned beef, bbq brisket, and pastrami all from one cut. So many more and so little room to go over them.
Did you miss the disclaimer??? BEYOND QUESTION!!!WHY DO YOU STILL QUESTION???


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