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    As I'm on a roll with the photees, here's one I thought was moderately amusing, it was an advert in a magazine/comic!

    badgers_arse by Dhansakdave, on Flickr
    Wouldn't that cause an increas in disability claims... for sandpapering your arse? Just curious.... if thats true, I have a claim for the Veterans Administration! 20 years of using that stuff should be good for atleast 15%!

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    Those ribs look pretty frikin tasty! Good job my good man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssn679doc View Post
    Wouldn't that cause an increas in disability claims... for sandpapering your arse? Just curious.... if thats true, I have a claim for the Veterans Administration! 20 years of using that stuff should be good for atleast 15%!
    Lol, We used to have something similar, it was like tracing paper, you can guess the rest.....

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    Those ribs look pretty frikin tasty! Good job my good man!
    Thanks, they weren't bad, took some round a friends so he could try them, his daughter had one and was gnawing on the bone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dhansakdave View Post
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    Lol, We used to have something similar, it was like tracing paper, you can guess the rest.....



    Thanks, they weren't bad, took some round a friends so he could try them, his daughter had one and was gnawing on the bone!
    They must have been good if she was gnawing the bone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssn679doc View Post
    They must have been good if she was gnawing the bone!
    Especially as she's only 5yo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dhansakdave View Post
    Especially as she's only 5yo!
    You starts them young I see.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssn679doc View Post
    You starts them young I see.....
    Well, she's 5 going on 15......She does like her dead animal though.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dhansakdave View Post
    Well, she's 5 going on 15......
    lol... I have a grand daughter just like that.... good to know some things are consistent the world over.....

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