No thanks, I am good!

No thanks, I am good!

This is a discussion on No thanks, I am good! within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; I think I would have to pass on this...from the country, but not that far back in the woods....

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    No thanks, I am good!

    I think I would have to pass on this...from the country, but not that far back in the woods.

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    Ah, but where is your sense of adventure.
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    No thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msgt/ret View Post
    Ah, but where is your sense of adventure.
    I don't know where it is...but I know where it is not!
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    Personally I would expect possum gravy, not coon fat.
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    They will sell about 1,000 packages and none will ever be opened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StevePVB View Post
    They will sell about 1,000 packages and none will ever be opened.
    Just like Billy Beer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StevePVB View Post
    They will sell about 1,000 packages and none will ever be opened.
    I agree...and I will buy a few if I can find where to get them. That would be a great thing to take on a picnic or something and just start handing them out at mealtime. I would leave some at the lake to prank people with.
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    All joking aside, I had an old black friend back in my high school days that loved possum and sweet taters...I took them to him over the years. He always wanted a half-pint of cheap bourbon, I cannot for the life of me remember the brand, to drink while he was cleaning them. I do remember it cost $1.65...I took him more than a few bottles of that, too.
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    A few years back, I went to a nutria cook-off. Was willing to try it, but they ran out before I got there!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kilowatt3 View Post
    A few years back, I went to a nutria cook-off. Was willing to try it, but they ran out before I got there!
    I don't think I want to eat a rat, either.
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    Some people eat unappetizing animals, and some eat the village dogs.

    On patrols in Nam we often went into a village. We gave away some food and first aid materials. Corpsmen treated injuries as best they could. In a non VC village the people were generally nice to us. Sometimes they offer us food from the community meal cooking pot Generally, we did not accept because who knew what they cooked. But sometimes we absolutely declined. When? When there were no dogs roaming about the village. Well I did find snake to be good especially cooked in lemon grass broth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shootnlead View Post
    I agree...and I will buy a few if I can find where to get them. That would be a great thing to take on a picnic or something and just start handing them out at mealtime. I would leave some at the lake to prank people with.
    Sheer evil...
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    Don't knock it til ya try it!
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