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Old 08-21-2013, 01:15 AM   #16171
I'm a mechanic, I fix problems you didn't know you had, in ways you do not understand
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Hay, leaf me alone okai? I'm a grate speller. Peapole are so rude now dais.
Oh my God, my brain hurts
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Old 08-21-2013, 01:22 AM   #16172
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Oh my God, my brain hurts
It's still not as bad as "why not can I do it?" Someone at school actually said that once.
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It's still not as bad as "why not can I do it?" Someone at school actually said that once.
Why ya gotta make fun of me?
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Old 08-21-2013, 04:44 AM   #16174
disappointed & disgusted, But DETERMINED...
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It's still not as bad as "why not can I do it?" Someone at school actually said that once.
No I have an even BETTER ONE!!

I open the Deans Office at my school(mind You I live furthest from the school and have to open the office Early) so at 7:35am I get a call from a Parent:

Me: "good morning Manhattan HS for Career Development-Deans Office

Parent: Missa C?? Why you Give my son a 47 in English Class, He speak English!!!

Me: " I gaves yo son a 47 because he was Smokin Dope and shooting Craps In my Back Stairway 1st period instead of being ina my English Class so I hadda givea him a 47 because he don't attend!!"
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Old 08-21-2013, 04:45 AM   #16175
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It's still not as bad as "why not can I do it?" Someone at school actually said that once.
Hahaha that actually made me laugh out loud.

A buddy of mine once said "Mrs.shaver, I smell like a dead bird or something", of course when he said it that's how it sounded. What he actually meant was....well I'm sure we all know what he meant.
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squirrel meat is good eating! fried is good. my stepmother use to make squirrel dumplings. just like chicken and dumplings, but she used squirrel meat. that and some cornbread and fresh sweet onion and soft fried potatoes! Mmmm good!

smoked squirrel meat on the pit is pretty tasty.
Mother would dust the meat with flour, salt and pepper and brown in a hot skillet in some lard, then take out the pieces and make brown gravy. She would put the meat back in the gravy, cover and simmer on a back burner for 45 minutes or so. Serve it with biscuits, fresh black-eyed peas, mashed potatoes and sweet tea.

We thought it was pretty good!
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Interesting thought...



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Had the right light and this Ruby Throated guy sat still for me.
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Passed this on the interstate the other day.
Wonder if I could get some traction with these on my Shelby ?



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Old 08-21-2013, 08:35 PM   #16180
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Mother would dust the meat with flour, salt and pepper and brown in a hot skillet in some lard, then take out the pieces and make brown gravy. She would put the meat back in the gravy, cover and simmer on a back burner for 45 minutes or so. Serve it with biscuits, fresh black-eyed peas, mashed potatoes and sweet tea.

We thought it was pretty good!
my stepmom has fixed them like that as well. i thought it was pretty good too!

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Passed this on the interstate the other day.
Wonder if I could get some traction with these on my Shelby ?



ummmmmm...............i think you might need a little bit more motor! or at least a lift kit!
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