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        08-24-2013, 12:26 AM
      #341
    Yearling
    I confess that I'm feeling grumpy because I have *another* ear infection
         
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        08-24-2013, 08:31 AM
      #342
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by Barrelracingllamalover    
    Lol. I have almost that much for my Winchester .243 super short magnum... I leave the air soft for the the brothers. Obviously, I wear the camo in the family. :P
    I don't speak of other firearms. As far as uncle Sam knows I have no weapons in my house.

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    Originally Posted by HollyBubbles    
    Roadyy, wanna bring your target practicing skills to NZ? I'm sure many of the local doctors here would appreciate your skills maybe it's the kick they need to get their real practicing licenses rather than templates from the internet!
    I would gladly repay some of the doctors with a few shots of my own...

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    Originally Posted by Tobysthebesthorseever    
    I confess that I'm feeling grumpy because I have *another* ear infection


    Ear infection, eh? Turn your head so I can see in there from about 20 yards out and I'll blast that infection right out of there.



    I confess me and my wife forgot our 11th anniversary on Wednesday. Our house has been chaotic for the last week and she remembered it Thursday afternoon. I stopped on my way home and picked up her a nice western shirt and a card. Got home, gave it to her then headed out to feed the horses and work on putting up an electric fence. No fancy dinner or alone time for us right now with everything going on.
         
        10-25-2013, 08:21 AM
      #343
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    Last year my Mother was pestered by many children knocking on her door 'Trick or Treating' to me a horrible thing that has become an in thing here in the UK.
    Mum loved children but, living on her own, not being one to keep treats in the house and unable to get out to get any had she even remembered, she had to turn them away without anything other than an apology.
    In return these toe rags pulled up plants, overturned her trash cans and broke the gate.

    Mum died and now I am here. I am ready to teach these rude children a lesson. I have bought a load of sprouts and chocolate. I have cooked the sprouts, melted the chocolate and covered the former with the latter. They look good!

    When they come knocking, they will be given a treat. I will let my dogs out to escort them down the path just to ensure they do no damage.

    Revenge is best served cold - so are sprouts!
         
        10-25-2013, 10:02 AM
      #344
    Green Broke
    I confess to being a "tack-a-holic" . I used to have 8 horses, but now only one (& looking). I'm still buying tack & can't wait to see what horse I'll have next. Maybe it will need a different size? LOL!
         
        10-25-2013, 02:48 PM
      #345
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    Originally Posted by Foxhunter    
    Last year my Mother was pestered by many children knocking on her door 'Trick or Treating' to me a horrible thing that has become an in thing here in the UK.
    Mum loved children but, living on her own, not being one to keep treats in the house and unable to get out to get any had she even remembered, she had to turn them away without anything other than an apology.
    In return these toe rags pulled up plants, overturned her trash cans and broke the gate.

    Mum died and now I am here. I am ready to teach these rude children a lesson. I have bought a load of sprouts and chocolate. I have cooked the sprouts, melted the chocolate and covered the former with the latter. They look good!

    When they come knocking, they will be given a treat. I will let my dogs out to escort them down the path just to ensure they do no damage.

    Revenge is best served cold - so are sprouts!
    What a, well there are no words to describe how I feel about your covering sprouts with chocolate and would I do the same
         
        10-25-2013, 04:54 PM
      #346
    Trained
    Sprouts covered with chocolate might taste pretty good. Better than sprouts without chocolate anyway.
         
        10-25-2013, 11:37 PM
      #347
    Yearling
    I did that with my sister! She'd been bugging my friend and I all day and when the two of us (my friend and I) were making dessert for after dinner we decided to add a surprise to hers. The rest of us had frozen yoghurt coated in chocolate and then re-frozen, served with icecream...one of us had a frozen tomato coated in chocolate...served with icecream...

    Not sure how well it worked because the first thing she said after biting into this delicacy was 'Mm, this is really good..."

    I suppose that's a confession.
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        10-26-2013, 05:59 AM
      #348
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    I confess to a trick played on a person who was what one could consider a guts. She kept hogging the chip and veg dip so much it annoyed me and a friend, so at the next invite for dinner and after function I mixed a natural laxative into one of the chip dips I made. One could say it had an explosive effect.
         

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