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Ron Brind
Ron Brind
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quotePosted at 18:16 on 27th January 2009
Calves liver and onions, as well as snails for me. Good food!! Don't know about Skunk pasta though Bob.
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Cathy E.
Cathy E.
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quotePosted at 18:32 on 27th January 2009

I like eating sweet pickles and drinking milk with them!                                    

And no I am not pregnant!Laughing

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Diana Sinclair
Diana Sinclair
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quotePosted at 18:40 on 27th January 2009
Hi Cathy, and GROSS! LOL!!!Laughing
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Cathy E.
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quotePosted at 19:01 on 27th January 2009
Hi Diana! LOL!!  That is what my family says too. Laughing
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Ron Brind
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quotePosted at 19:18 on 27th January 2009
Eating the tongue and brains of a wild rabbit that my dad had shot during the 1950's. As kids we would argue over who would get the brains, and who would get the tongue. Nothing was wasted! We would also steal the boiled up potatoes that were mean't for the chickens before the bran was added! The good old days eh?
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Krissy
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quotePosted at 19:35 on 27th January 2009
Oh man...and I thought egg sandwiches with mustard was bad!!!
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Sue H
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quotePosted at 19:45 on 27th January 2009

My mum loved pigs trotters (feet). You can buy them jellied now, but they used to get them right after the pig was butchered in the back garden.

We had a meat hook in our kitchen, where the pig would hang after it had been bled.

OK, whose for a bit of lunch? 

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Diana Sinclair
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quotePosted at 19:47 on 27th January 2009
Yuck!Tongue out
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Ron Brind
Ron Brind
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quotePosted at 19:50 on 27th January 2009
Yeah, love brawn as well Sue! Can't get it now though, nothing was wasted was it? Apart from the toe nails that is!
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Rod Burkey
Rod Burkey
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quotePosted at 01:35 on 5th May 2017
On 26th January 2009 13:31, Diana Sinclair wrote:
I have no problem with naturist in principal, but it's definitely not my cup of tea. LOL!Smile


Despite the age of this post I just thought I would add something. Diana is in the majority of people in Britain who would never want to swim or sunbathe in the nude but have no problem with others so doing, including their gardens. I respect peoples' views which is a very British way to be.  We are, by and large, a tolerant nation.  

 



Edited by: Rod Burkey at:5th May 2017 13:43
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