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I was up in the loft last night getting the Christmas decorations down and I came across an unopened present from last year addressed to the kids.


...I guess I shouldn't have got them a puppy
 

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As the South Koreans say, "A dog is not just for Christmas; Sunday dinners too". :cheers2:
 

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Enjoyed horse steaks in Belgium. A good one was a good one and a bad one was full of tubes like liver. Sweeter than beef. That was a long time ago though. I tried horse meat in the UK and it just wasn't the same.

Had it been camel Pete, you could have asked that inimitable question; one lump or two! :)
 

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Hombre;35238 said:
Enjoyed horse steaks in Belgium. A good one was a good one and a bad one was full of tubes like liver. Sweeter than beef. That was a long time ago though. I tried horse meat in the UK and it just wasn't the same.

Had it been camel Pete, you could have asked that inimitable question; one lump or two! :)
i had Roo Stew in Sydney, A$8 delicious..and before you say it, it did not jump out of the bowl
 

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