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        07-17-2013, 03:29 PM
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    Y'all can have all the crawfish you can eat. I can't eat it or be around while people are eating it. Like Cy, it grosses me out....
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        07-17-2013, 03:49 PM
      #6812
    Yearling
    Oh gimme gimme gimme. Love me some crawdads and crabs.....shrimp too... We usually have a big boil at Easter and then smaller ones on and off when it is in season and at it's freshest.
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        07-17-2013, 04:00 PM
      #6813
    Yearling
    I haven't tried a seafood I haven't liked yet!

    I don't suck heads though...



    Shut up Deb!
         
        07-17-2013, 04:06 PM
      #6814
    Yearling
    Years ago, a patient, little old black lady, asked me if I ate fish. I said, yes, I love fish. She said, if you eat fish, you eat dead people! People get in shipwrecks, they die, the fish eat them, you eat fish, you eat dead people. I guess I'm a cannibal! Then
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        07-17-2013, 04:32 PM
      #6815
    Yearling
    Pinch me, peel me... rip my head off I may dip the tail but I don't suck either.
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        07-17-2013, 04:55 PM
      #6816
    Weanling
    DB, what discipline/style are you planning on training FLame in?

    I'm not much of a seafood person. Which is bad, when it is customary to not eat meat for Christmas, just seafood...
         
        07-17-2013, 05:03 PM
      #6817
    Trained
    Kiara Flame can go in any direction. He will not be suitable for western pleasure but working cow horse or hunter under saddle I can clearly see him in.
    He has such great conformation and is such a great representative of both breeds if I keep him he will be trained in a variety of disciplines.
    Western trainers abound around here so that might be the easiest and the cheapest route to go. But if you are interested in a very nice horse for the future you tell me what you want him trained in. LOL His price of course will go up.
    I am searching for an english trainer here in the DFW area so anyone know of one PM me their information. Shalom
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        07-17-2013, 05:07 PM
      #6818
    Yearling
    I'm surprised no one mentioned calamari? LOVE it breaded and fried - but only the tenticles - can't do the little mini whole versions - same as sucking heads in my opinion.

    New boots came in - they are GREAT - love the new leather smell - it's like bullhide or something. This is a first for me to find a pair of ladies workboots that actually look pretty.

    Going offline for awhile - going to a murder mystery dinner this Friday and hubby and I were given character assignments. I just found out awhile ago that I'm going to be a saloon girl. It's a full costume character - I just picked up my fabric and pattern (red satin and black lace), a big helping of fake hair and some fake eyelashes, red lipstick and nail polish (dang I forgot the fishnets) and let's hope this comes out decent! I have 48 hours to get this done - no stress!!!!! Hubby has it easy - he is to portray an upscale traveler who is just visiting the town. His costume should be western boots/pants/vest/bolero and cowboy hat, with a trimmed beard. Well heck, that's not fair - he can pull that stuff out of the closet and be dressed in 5 minutes. HAHA!
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        07-17-2013, 05:19 PM
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    Sounds like fun cc!
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        07-17-2013, 05:21 PM
      #6820
    Yearling
    CC that sounds like fun. DH would never go for it though, he's such a fuddy duddy!

    Love Calamari! Our local Asian store has seafood every friday, and I've been known to go pick up a few and slice up, batter and fry! Beer batter of course!
         

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