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Discussion in 'Events' started by HalfSmoked, Dec 7, 2017.
I dont know why they were so good. Joe thinks it the soy oil.
That could very well be and it probably was - everybody raved about them for good reason.
Get a small UHAUL van they have a good ramp and wife could put you a cot in there. :D
Yup and another thing they were great without any salt just fantastic. I usually don't eat much FF but sure did enjoy them.
Who me?? ;)
Peachy you really got into that pit master role. Bet you slept good once your head hit the pillow.
I was lights out
Think that shine helped with lights out????
Here ya go for who's who
I had it figured out with a couple PMs I got, but yours is a lot easier.
Wish I knew how to put Arrows & notes in Pics!!
I'm glad that you had a good time. I finally shook that damn flu Sunday-Monday last week after 14-15 days. On the bright side I lost a few needed inches from my waist although I wouldn't want to keep doing that as a long term weight loss program....
For sure had you been there it would not have been any weight lose maybe a gain though.
Glad to hear your feeling better plans will be forth coming for next year for sure.
Warren, a neighbor's granddaughter, 8 years old, had an impish smile on her face and giggled when she told that she was pretty sure that she knew what I had....."Boy cooties!"
Glad your feeling better @LanceR . Hope you can make it next year.
I know what your saying we have a 8 yr old granddaughter and never know whats come from that ones mouth.
I had teased her before about girl cooties so I suspect that she got a kick out of turning the tables. There ought to be a thread about the things kids say.....like a cousin of mine who got corn on the cob for the first time at his grandparents at around age 4. The platter of corn was next to grandpa so he handed over his empty ear and said "Grandpa, can you please put more beans on the stick?"
Not sure if you are old enough to remember the Art Linkletter show kids say the darnest things but it was cute.
As in "Kids Say The Darndest Things"?
Was that a Talkie, or was it an earlier Silent Picture program?