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Sunday night supper. Pork loin seasoned, melding in the frig. Tonight venison weenies!

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1 hour ago, Mike89 said:

out of katchup almost I see!!!!

 nudder full bottle close by!!!!!!!!!!!:grin:;)

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My son requested it for supper then didn't even bother coming home to eat with us. It wasn't as bad as I remembered it.......

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37 minutes ago, Big Dave2 said:

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My son requested it for supper then didn't even bother coming home to eat with us. It wasn't as bad as I remembered it.......

 

Mack and Cheese is, Soul food Dave.  Look it up!  :P

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22 minutes ago, smurfy said:

Momma's nummy tater hot dish. UFFDA I'm full.

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Dang I need new glasses. :(   looks um good?  :confused:

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Well it's NOT tater tots hot dish if that's what you're saying??;)

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10 hours ago, smurfy said:

Maybe!!:D

 

I would say this for your photo expertise. Next time, don't "Photo Bomb" your food pictures with a jug of antiseptic wipes in the back ground. Makes the viewer wonder. How safe is that sum-batchen food? :eek::eek:  :P

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10 hours ago, leech~~ said:

 

I would say this for your photo expertise. Next time, don't "Photo Bomb" your food pictures with a jug of antiseptic wipes in the back ground. Makes the viewer wonder. How safe is that sum-batchen food? :eek::eek:  :P

Maybe he had to quick do up some dishes first!!  :lol:

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20 minutes ago, bobberineyes said:

Maybe he had to quick do up some dishes first!!  :lol:

just maybe!!!!!!!:grin:

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On 3/21/2018 at 8:17 AM, leech~~ said:

 

I would say this for your photo expertise. Next time, don't "Photo Bomb" your food pictures with a jug of antiseptic wipes in the back ground. Makes the viewer wonder. How safe is that sum-batchen food? :eek::eek:  :P

ya know, thinkin this over.............maybe i put stuff like that in my pictures to get responses like yours.:grin: since it seems i'mthe one of very very few keeping this thread alive!!!!!:(:cry::P

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50 minutes ago, smurfy said:

ya know, thinkin this over.............maybe i put stuff like that in my pictures to get responses like yours.:grin: since it seems i'mthe one of very very few keeping this thread alive!!!!!:(:cry::P

 

Are you trying to get a free sweatshirt? :D

 

 

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2 hours ago, Big Dave2 said:

 

Are you trying to get a free sweatshirt? :D

 

 

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Um, I think that's for Starting a long running thread. Like eyeguy54 did here.  And he's already got one! ;)

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hey if it makes ya feel any gooder..............i put them baby wipes away!!!!!!!!!!!!:P

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1 hour ago, smurfy said:

hey if it makes ya feel any gooder..............i put them baby wipes away!!!!!!!!!!!!:P

 

Yes much better! ;)

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