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    I hope that I never get old like you boys! I'd hate to have to consider eating horse biscuits for function!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultrapile View Post
    Gizmo, since you posted the family recipe, are you going to see if you can whip up a tastier batch than your daughter's? The time may come when you need them again.
    Hadn't thought of that but I did put a few in the freezer for the next time Kennyd shows up. I want to surprise him with something special, that's the kind of guy I am.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Thanks for the support!
    I'm with you, Giz. I didn't find it REAL funny, only worthy of a couple of moderate guffaws. I guess my sense of humor is a bit off, though. I often don't find humor in things that are hurtful to others...I guess that's why I don't watch "America's Funniest Home Videos". But in your case...I have to agree, it was funny. Next time, have your daughter add a can of refried beans to the mix to add a bit of high octane to your gastrointestinal processes. Peristalsis and segmentation will have a heyday!
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    Gizmo,
    Just be glad it was not the biscuits that my wife makes for the dogs, you would have broken a tooth. This was way funny by the way.
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    Everything come out OK, Gizmo2?
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    Everything come out OK, Gizmo2?
    Maybe he is still indisposed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultrapile View Post
    Maybe he is still indisposed.
    Probably a paint peeler.... As long as it has smooth tapers on each end...he'll be ok
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    It probably melted the insulation off the wiring in the house causing a short. He lost power and cannot reply.
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    I'm good to go.........
    Thinking it should become a staple in ones diet. Maybe we should make them and sell 'em.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    I'm good to go.........
    Thinking it should become a staple in ones diet. Maybe we should make them and sell 'em.
    What was that in the "Good Morning" thread about blowing a router last night? ~~ Lowell
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